15 January 2009

Let me let you buy me a rootbeer.

Things have been pretty busy lately, which is a good thing, of course. I had to rush to UPS yesterday to ship some freshly printed posters out for a last minute job. I feel like I am learning something new about screen printing every time I print. It has been somewhat intimidating to enter the screen printing and poster art world (modestly as I have) in the shadows of so many great Chicago artists.
Right now, I am working on a small narrative series of art prints that focus on some personal experiences (as well as cultural themes, as always). I start printing the second from the series today. I'm keeping the edition numbers relatively low and printing on linen cover stock
I have some other fun things in the works, too. I just turned 25, and it's not as bad as I thought it would be. Ha. 2009's looking pretty good so far!

08 January 2009

Notes from the drying line

"I'd like to see a forklift lift a crate of forks. It'd be so damn literal!"
- Mitch Hedberg

04 January 2009


Have you ever seen somebody you went to high school with that you only kind of knew and you're not sure if they recognize you, but you still would really rather not say "hello" anyway? I mean, there would be nothing to talk about other than the particulars of a class you had together seven years ago, and you don't remember even caring too much for that person in the first place. Well, that happened to me at the gas station today.
And oh yeah, here are some new posters.