I couldn’t be more excited to continue to work with CAKE. This is also a special release for me as it’s the first print run I’ve done for a concert not in Indiana.
19″ x 19″ Hand-Pulled, 4-color print on French 100 lb. POPTONE Sno-Cone paper. Signed & numbered edition of 250.[..]
My first gallery show was everything I had hoped for. I couldn’t be more pleased with how it all turned out. Despite having a total of 4 hours of sleep across the span of 5 days, everything was completed and hung. The crowd was amazing and sales were very good.[..]
I have the great honor of hosting my first fully-realized solo-exhibition of my work.
Having always had a strong attraction to portraiture with an emphasis on unique and intriguing faces, Freaks & Geeks will highlight 15 oversized portraits produced in mixed methods of painting and screen printing.
I’ve started to pair my poster art processes of screen printing with more traditional hand-painting but utilizing the computer for the initial output. So It starts in a machine, goes to a very organic process and then finishes with a half-hand/half-mechanical process of a screen printed layer. I’m intrigued by the juxtaposition of these distinctly different textures and how the pairing of them highlights their uniquely individual qualities.[..]
I love a good creative collaboration project. The Silver Screen Society has brought together some amazing artists and illustrators to reinterpret great films in a film-poster format.[..]
I had the honor of having a booth at the INDIEana Handicraft Exchange this year. My wife and I have attended the last few years and there are some seriously rad artists there every year. I scrambled like a madman the last week and a half we had available after getting back from vacation in Arizona. Put together three new art prints.
You can pick up one for your naked walls ///here///[..]