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Here’s a nice little profile in that Hampshire Life insert that comes in the Friday Hampshire Gazette. You know the one. I had a very pleasant phone interview/chat with Margot Cleary, who writes the HOMEmade column. We talked about the Hello, Darkness print and them TIMBERRR! critters I’ve been making. Anyway, read it with your eyes.
Allison over at Pennsylvania’s own strawberryluna.com printed these babies for me a month or two ago, and I’m finally getting around to posting a few of the photos she so kindly took with her mobile device.
This 2-color 10×20 screen print (plus sticker) is for sale on ETSY. If you’re a local (western Massachusetts) and would like to bypass shipping costs, this print is also available at the brick-and-mortar FOE store on Main Street in Northampton. (more…)
A full page illustration I did for The Valley Advocate after the inauguration. See larger photo.
15×19 art print, 3-color, limited edition of 65. If you like (or hate) Massachusetts, and love (or hate) posters, then this is the poster for you (or your worst enemy). Printed by strawberryluna. Click to see the full design. Please buy one.
Available for sale on ETSY.
The press release: Mugshots Coffeehouse is organizing a coffee-infused art show in Philadelphia for June. Mugshots (and Independents Coffee Cooperative – Independents Coffee Cooperative)will be working collectively to raise $16,000 for the Peruvian farmers who grow the coffee sold as our house coffee (Independents Peruvian Select). The farmers are undertaking an ambitious project to build a solar powered drying facility (to dry the beans after they are harvested). This will allow for the farmers to improve both the quality and quantity of the coffee they grow, by protecting it from the frequent rains in the region.
A spot page illustration I did for The Valley Advocate when ol’ KV passed.
A large and menacing 23×23 3-color silkscreened art print. 150 lb paper cardstock – Limited numbered edition of 120. Printed by Diesel Fuel Prints. “That clowny print is amazing…its totally surreal pop art.”- Frank Kozik - See larger image. Available for sale in on ETSY.