I was selected by Print magazine as one of their 2015 "New Visual Artists" (Thanks Print!!!)
As part of it, myself and 14 other intimidatingly talented humans were invited to create a cover.
I turned the tools we all use into playful anthromorphic creatures, coming alive at night to help us make magic.
A page of ghost-themed stickers for Klebstoff magazine, a German sticker magazine. A collaborative project with DasGhost, an international collective of 30 artists from all corners of the globe who create character-centric artwork.
You can purchase here from Klebstoff or contact me directly for a copy if outside of Europe at email@example.com
An ongoing exploration in the form of risograph prints, printed at the SVA Riso Lab.
In Spring 2016, I participated in a group art show as part of Pictoplasma Conference in Berlin, which is focused on character-based art and design.
For the show I created a 2 part piece: a minicomic and a sculpture.
The minicomic is a pun-filled story of questionable taste and mild lewdness. It is about Betty, a humble titizen of a planet where every region is based on different body parts, who has to save her city when it is attacked by invaders.
12 pages, 4.5" X 6", with a 2-color silkscreen cover, all printed on acid-free, archival quality paper.
The sculpture is Betty herself, imagined almost as a deity, or at the very least a revered hero. She is round and pink, feminine but also somewhat alien, and very inspired by the Venus of Willendorf.
She is 13" tall and 8" across. Ceramic + acrylic.
A silkscreen print created for the 'Shitshow', a group exhibition of poop-themed artwork to benefit Water Aid, a charity committed to clean water and safe toilets for everyone.
A 2 color menagerie of shitty puns, clockwise from top left: Shitstorm, Eat Shit, Bullshit, Shithead, Talk Shit, Slow as Shit, Shitfaced, and Hot Shit in the center.
It's no secret from looking at my work that it's heavily influenced by the colorful, clean and hyper-graphic language of comic books.
Comics are a medium that has huge similarities to design - imagery and typography working together, gridded layouts, and conventions that generations of artists have enjoyed breaking.
TITTUS is a minicomic about an alien who runs a vegetarian food truck that gets pushed into a black hole by a volcano exploding on a giant planet that looks like a boob.
email firstname.lastname@example.org with your address and 'Tittus' in the subject line and I will send you one for free! (Unless you live outside the U.S., in which case you'll need to pay shipping.)