Wednesday, November 04, 2009

One Million Giraffes!

I painted this portrait of a giraffe for my niece's birthday card and also because I saw this cool project yesterday. He's up over 337,ooo giraffes so far as of this posting! Why not add one yourself?

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Abstract Comics

A fascinating new book was released recently called Abstract Comics. After absorbing the book and the contributors blog I did this small experiment.

Hopefully this is the start of something.

Monday, April 27, 2009

Standard American Encyclopedia (Vol. 2)

I've done another set of ACEOs from my Standard American Encyclopedia source material. This set I'm calling “Men of Historical Significance.”

Collect them all at my flickr page.

This new set has also been assembled into a full collage that will be exhibited as part of the “Small” show at the High Falls Gallery, opening May 24th.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Artists Trading Cards (ATCs)

So, for a change of pace I've decided to try making a few Artist Trading Cards.

I made two series, the Standard American Encyclopedia (circa 1937) series, (“Goat”, at left is a part of this series) and Strange and Stranger. See them all at my flickr page.

UPDATE: I'm working on assembling these into a collage for the “Small” show at the High Falls Gallery in Rochester. Anybody local to Rochester should check out the gallery and the show, it's an open call with only a $15 entry fee.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Bookmooch is my new favorite website. BookMooch is a community for exchanging used books. It lets you give away books you no longer need in exchange for books you really want at no cost (other than postage to mail your books)! Check it out.

Friday, March 13, 2009

The International Moleskine Exchange

So, I've gotten involved in another mail art project, called the International Moleskine Exchange (or Moly_X, for short). This is my entry in Shante's Moleskine for Moly-X-portraitparty2, inspired by yet another collaborative art project, Rama Hughes' The Portrait Party.

Moly_X is a pretty amazing project. Definately check out the Flickr group to see what we've got going on. I've started a new group recently, moly_x_64 (The Sequential One) that's just getting off the ground, so check out our group's progress there as well.