Here is a closer look at my latest show “Contrast”

friends framed
“Friends” 24″x36″ Acrylic on two pc canvas, custom framed.
backyard
“A collection of things i’ve seen or imagined seeing in my backyard” 24″x30″ Acrylic on canvas
Rat Race
“Rat race” 18″x24″ Acrylic on panel, Framed
two piece, to peace
“Two piece, to peace” 20″x32″ Acrylic on two pc canvas
too many thoughts
“Too many thoughts, not enough ideas” 20″x32″ Acrylic on two pc canvas
alone sml
“The amount of enjoyment i get from being alone varies greatly” 24″x30″ Acrylic on canvas
collection new
“A collection of things universally egreed upon as fucking cool” 24″x36″ Acrylic on wood, Framed
Contrast 1
“Contrast 1″ 11.5″x23.5” Acrylic on wood, Unframed
COntrast 2
“Contrast 2” 12″x24″Acrylic on panel, Unframed

New hand printed Lino-Cut “Do not Disturb” shirts

I just released a new shirt. These shirts are handprinted with a lino-cut block, each print is unique and will most likely have a hand made look to it, each print is completely unique and no two will be exactly the same. Printed on a 100% cotton blank with custom printed size tag. Due to the unique printing and curing process, please allow up to 2 weeks for shipping. All orders come with free stickers and goodies. Thank you for looking. (please see last 3 photos, these are actual photos of the print. These will only be available for a week or so. You can grab one now, right HERE!do+not+disturb+shirt

New limited edition lino-cut prints

I recently completed my first Lino-cut print, the process is very interesting because you carve a sheet of linoleum to remove anything you don’t want printed, since the linoleum holds the ink and transfers it to the paper the image must be drawn and carved in reverse. Once you finish carving the block, you apply ink with a roller and the add your piece of paper, cover the entire thing and roll it through a press to transfer the image to your paper. You must repeat this process for every single print. Due to the unique manual print process, each print is completely unique and each one varies slightly. These were hand printed by me, and the paper is high quality printmaking paper, with deckled edges. I have two options available now in my store.

“The trio” new print and variant

I have a new print up in my shop available in two different versions. One is a 18″x18″ square and the other is a full sized 18″X24″ poster, both printed on 100lb paper and coated in a matte UV coating. These posters are limited and are only $25 each or $40 for the set. Feel free to check them or anything in my store out right here.

 

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2017 Wrap-up prints Available Now

So after weeks of fiddling with this maze of a print, I have finally finished! This is an 18″x24″ digital fine art print that is made up of a collage of illustrations I did over the past year. Some of these are from my sketchbook, some were client work and some were commissions. These were my favorite illustrations of the year, and like every year i’m offering them up all together as a print,for a limited time! Actually, there is two prints. There is a “regular” version for $25, and a variant edition for $30, there is also an option to get them both for only $40! Whaaaat? yup, you heard me right, BOTH for only $40! Grab one for you AND a friend today, in my store. These prints will signed, numbered and dated and a very select amount (if any) will be available after Fri 12/8. As always all orders come shipped in a sturdy tube (or flat mailer, depending on size) and will include stickers, a business card and maybe a couple extras.

Bridge Eight Literary mag pre-order up now.

I was recently lucky enough to be asked by the great folks at Bridge Eight Literary magazine to be featured as the artist for archetypes, the sixth issue of this killer publication based in Jacksonville FL. Here’s some details.

Archetypes is a crafted collection of short stories, poems and nonfiction pieces that explore the beliefs, hopes, and dreams that tie us all together—and sometimes drive us apart.

Inside is the story of bitter, homeless writer, typing lines for unsuspecting patrons; and one of an unlikely connection between a man and a queen bee. The poetry sweeps from lost legacy to iconic cartoon. There’s an essay by an author who asks, “how can we take back the image of a Swastika.”

It’s unlike anything we’ve published before, just like you’d expect.

You can Pre-Order this issue here!