September 6th, 2011

Jeff Canham

Here’s a list of spots I’ll never surf. Rad.

18 X 24 / 1-color screen print

Check Jeff and his peoples out here.

September 6th, 2011

Woodsman

Around here we never refer to this guy simply as Tucker. It’s always “Tucker Nichols.” It has a certain rhythm to it. He would not disclose the meaning of this piece, but I have a feeling it has something to do with this. It is, in fact, actual ad copy. Fluorescent ink on chipboard.

July 27th, 2011

Steven Harrington

I printed these a long time ago, but Steven just put them online. Poke around his site–he consistently churns out great stuff.

July 26th, 2011

Beautiful Decay

This made me laugh. The Onion nails it again. I even shot the stupid photo to go with it.

July 25th, 2011

Joe Brook

Joe Brook recently had his very own shoe released by es. What photography has to do with shoes I’m not really sure, but they made a zine and a book to go with the whole deal, filled with images from his travels across planet earth. Published and designed in conjunction with TWB. Good stuff.

July 25th, 2011

Morning Breath

I must be doing something right–I just got this gem in the mail. Forty-eight pages of graphics culled from years of art and design projects from the two-headed beast known as Morning Breath. Rough, lurid and generally inappropriate–just the way you like it.

June 13th, 2011

Mike Giant

I printed these for Mike Giant a while ago and if you skate and are of this era, you probably want one. I stared at it for days. Total time warp. I don’t see them on either site but if you inquire here or through Mike’s site I bet they still have some.

June 7th, 2011

New Bohemia Signs

In a world of digital noise and uninspired vinyl signage, New Bohemia Signs makes the planet a better place for eyeballs everywhere. They are having a show at Guerrero Gallery along with Jeff Canham and Steve Powers. Opens this Saturday, runs through June.

June 7th, 2011

Pulled – Mike Perry

Saw this at the bookstore yesterday. Solid collection of work, some of which I printed for people in years past. Lots of inspiring design. Well worth the $35 if you are a lover of squeegees.

May 17th, 2011

NY Times

The New York Times design blog posted a write-up of “Getting Upper” which opened last weekend at PMCA. If you’re in the area check it out. The other shows are worth seeing too. I will have this work for sale when the show comes down in September.

March 21st, 2011

Amy Ellingson

This is one print from a suite of six I did in collaboration with Gallery 16 / Urban Digital Color. They made digital prints from Amy’s paintings and I screen printed a single color “mask” on top. The results were beautiful and far exceeded anyone’s expectations. The screen printed ink was transparent enough to let the under-painting show through creating a unique digital/screen print hybrid.

Pigment print with screen print over-printing
Edition of 10, signed and numbered
20 X 25 on Optica One 300 gsm paper

March 21st, 2011

Chronicle Books

Chronicle is looking for design fellows. I’ve done work for them for years and they are a solid group of people. This looks like a great opportunity for any aspiring designer.

14 X 22 / 2-color screen print

March 13th, 2011

Mark Giglio

Mark and I were trying to decide what color ink to use. I suggested fluorescent pink because “the celebratory feel of the pink is a nice juxtaposition to the morbidity of the skull.” Then we cracked up. That’s some silly shit. I’ll have these up for sale soon. And hopefully some better pictures. Cameras can’t capture fluorescent color. Trust me–it’s bright.

March 1st, 2011

Noise Pop

Another one from Jason for this year’s Noise Pop Festival. My cat has five claws on each paw but who ever heard of a ten string guitar? Nine strings?

March 1st, 2011

Noise Pop

Noise Pop is over but you can still get these posters from Jason.

March 1st, 2011

Getting Upper

I’m in the midst of completing this project (scroll down). Here’s a short blurb from the museum’s web site: Curator Amos Klausner charged twenty-six designers with each re-imagining a letter from the alphabet, using the illegibility and deconstructive nature of graffiti as their starting point. Each of the 26 letters has been published as a limited edition run of 100 silk-screened posters and will be available for sale at the museum store and online.

February 11th, 2011

New Site

Welcome. The new site is up and running. I’ll have some new work for sale soon.

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