From the archives. This print was from my college senior show, a series of film noir-inspired duotone prints that I collectively called This City Is A Stomach (yeah, somewhere I have the poem I wrote from which that title comes). Except that I didn’t use this particular print. This was a happy experiment that in hindsight I wish I’d had the confidence to do with the entire series. It’s just that after spending a week with a really big, wonky, uncooperative mega-printer you don’t want to possibly screw everything up by purposefully splashing water all over your nice and shiny prints.
But the effect is kinda exactly the sort of thing I wanted. Next time.

From the archives. This print was from my college senior show, a series of film noir-inspired duotone prints that I collectively called This City Is A Stomach (yeah, somewhere I have the poem I wrote from which that title comes)Except that I didn’t use this particular print. This was a happy experiment that in hindsight I wish I’d had the confidence to do with the entire series. It’s just that after spending a week with a really big, wonky, uncooperative mega-printer you don’t want to possibly screw everything up by purposefully splashing water all over your nice and shiny prints.

But the effect is kinda exactly the sort of thing I wanted. Next time.

Versions of the logo I did for Beloit College’s annual Folk & Blues festival 2005. The top version was used. I still prefer the coffin design, but hey… When they put the design on the t-shirts, they printed white text on black shirts.

Versions of the logo I did for Beloit College’s annual Folk & Blues festival 2005. The top version was used. I still prefer the coffin design, but hey… When they put the design on the t-shirts, they printed white text on black shirts.