The Buffalo News covered the street art event that I was part of yesterday! There’s a great video that really sums up the project and a gallery of some of the pieces, including mine. I’m headed back to finish up today, I’ll post some pics of the completed painting soon.
10” x 20” two color screen print on heavy white stock. Hand screened in my studio, featuring an original design. I very carefully smashed the heck out of a cassette tape, all for the sake of ART. It was worth it, I’m pretty happy with how these came out. There are two colors available - pink and green. Both are numbered editions of 25 prints. Available now in my shop.
10” x 20” two color screen print on heavy white stock. Hand screened in my studio, based on a photo I took of a few of my controllers. Numbered edition of 25 prints. Available in my web store or my Etsy shop
Just finished a print my fellow classic anime nerds might appreciate. The images are scanned from the assembly instructions that came with a Macross model kit I bought when I was 13. I still have it, a decade later, hanging out on my toy shelf with the rest of the robot gang.
I stopped by my favorite local comic shop, Queen City Bookstore, on Free Comic Book Day to make some chalk art. As soon as I finished, a little girl in an awesome Iron Man costume walked by for the perfect photo op! She was a cool kid, check out that superhero action pose!
The Social Media Club of Buffalo invited me to come out and participate in their annual Foursquare day celebration on April 16. It was a bit wet out after raining all day, but I managed to draw a four square court and then a giant owl, because owls are fun and I figured a gray day like this could use a neon orange bird of prey. (The first two photos are from Buffalo.com, shot by Erica Morano)
Just finished these owl screen prints! 10”x20”, 3 colors on white stock (pink or orange, dark blue and the owl is a white overprint on top of the background textures.) These will be available at my table this weekend at the Small Press Book Fair, and after that I’ll have them in my webstore.