Glamour Magazine Germany recently commissioned me to created a series of 12 collages based on the signs of the zodiac – you can check out the entire series in the Januar 2016 issue, which just recently hit the news stands. Each individual collage with also be highlighted each month (for which ever zodiac sign is prominent for that issue) for the rest of 2016. I had a great time creating these and it was a true pleasure to work with everyone at Glamour Deutschland. More photos to come – stay tuned!
I was very surprised/humbled to receive an award in mail this week from the National Collage Society – I had previously received notification that my collage Night Shifting Shadows had been selected for inclusion in their 2015 Juried Show but had no idea it was also one of 11 collages given an award from guest judge Jonathan Talbot. Thank you to Gretchen Bierbaum and everyone involved at NCS for all that they do. It’s an honor to be included with so many other great artists in this show. Much respect.
I was very excited to work once again with the good people of World Cafe Live in Philly on another gig poster, this time for the sold out show by The Oh Hellos. The image is a pen and ink drawing I did of a vintage mail truck, which ties into the letter/postmark theme the band has been running throughout the promotion of their latest album, Dear Wormwood. These were previously only available at the band’s merch table, but I do have a very small quantity for sale over in the shop so pick one up while you can. 2 color screen print on 100# cover Whitewash French paper. Size 19″x 25″
When Last I Saw Henry is a piece of cut paper collage art using images taken from vintage magazines and other ephemera that are handcut with an xacto knife then dry adhered to paper using a gel medium. The original is roughly 18.5? wide by 18.5? high and it was completed September 2015. It was created for Allan Bealy’s new book ABCurdities, a collection of collage art from a selection of 26 different artist from around the world and paired with poems by Helen Reiss. Published by Benzine Editions. You can order your own copy here. Get one before they are gone.
Totem (for the soul of America) is a piece of cut paper collage art using images taken from vintage magazines and other ephemera that are hand cut with an xacto knife then dry adhered to paper using a gel medium. The original is roughly 11? wide by 18.5? high and was completed in October 2015.
Bull Run is a piece of cut paper collage art using images taken from vintage magazines and other ephemera that are hand cut with an xacto knife and then dry adhered to paper using a gel medium. The original is roughly 16inches wide by 16 inches tall and was completed October 2015.
Stoked to work with Pennsylvania band The Districts on some posters for their upcoming Fall 2015 US tour. The first one is this 2 color silkscreen gig poster, printed on 100lb cover French paper and featuring my collage 30 Days. These will be for sale at the bands merch table so pick one up when they roll through your town because once they’re gone, they’re gone. Check the tour dates here.
I also designed these promo posters for the tour, which feature my collage “The Jackal” on them – look for these at venues and record stores around the country.
30 Days is a cut paper collage on paper, using images primarily pulled from vintage magazines and other ephemera and dry adhered to paper using a gel medium. The original is 11″ x 16.5″ and was completed September 2015. This piece will be used by Philadelphia band The Districts on their upcoming Fall 2015 US tour, and will appear on their stage backdrop as well as on a limited edition gig poster. More on that soon…
Inquiries about the purchase of the original piece should be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mist and Her Black Hair is a piece of cut paper collage art using images taken from vintage magazines and other ephemera that are hand cut with an xacto knife and then dry adhered to paper using a gel medium. The original is roughly 11 inch wide by 18 inch tall and was completed August 2015.
I was honored to be asked to design this limited edition gig poster for Delta Spirit’s recent show at the World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA. It’s a 2 color screen print on 100# Nightshift Blue French paper and measures 16″ x 25″. The band was planning on bringing up various Philadelphia musicians onstage to jam on a few songs, which reminded me of the film, The Last Waltz so I decided to pay homage to by incorporating the same font style from the film poster into the design. These were originally only available at the bands merch table – only 90 total were produced – but I have a very small quantity for sale right now in the store. Get one before they’re gone.