Here is one of the finished spreads. This one is in the center of the signature so the story relates to the image. Just to give an idea of the dimensions, the full sheet is 17.5″ x 11.5″.
Since the transparencies have been coming out spotty, I’ve been painting them in with india ink. It works really well and I prefer it to the Super Black markers because the markers tend to sticky and cling to the screen, leaving residue behind.
Printing the first color for one of the pages for the ‘Harriet and the Matches’ story
Some process shots from the artist residency at Spudnik Press…
printing the first color of pages #10 and #3
Below is one of the finished printed pages, a small introductory illustration from the story of the Harriet and the Matches
A set of mini prints I finished for Spudnik Press fundraiser. Each one is a tiny 2.5″ x 4″ two-color screen print.
I have to say, they’re pretty damn cute… transport-themed with German descriptions :)
For this year’s Printer’s Ball, I was part of a project by The Poetry Foundation that paired artists with poets.
Each poem was reinterpreted by an artist in a visual poster. There were 20 total participants.
I was very lucky to be paired with one of Chicago’s very talented poets, Philip Jenks, who wrote “smoke on the porch” below. See my interpretation and poster of the poem.