What artists do you rate? Käthe Kollwitz is my favourite. Partly because her drawing style is so beautiful, and partly because she thought being an artist was self-indulgent crap and became a doctor in an orphanage instead. –Banksy
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I am convinced that everything you need to make pop art can be found at the dollar store.
I started making collages out of my old issues of Time. Each collage is made from one issue, on 8×10″ Arches rag paper, in 3 hours or less. Each title is a quote from that issue. Feeling the immediacy of each composition is important—news is always coming, always in your face, and always changing. In [...]
I’ve been so interested in cameras lately.
I’m super excited that it’s time for a third edition of the annual Tucson Grid Project. This is a photography exhibit that my church, Second Mile, hosts every year. In the first year, each the participant took a square of the city to photograph. In the second and third years participants took adjectives and photographed [...]
My poster for the Tucson Folk Festival was accepted into the Design, Share, Grow: Annual Viscom Exhibition at the Lionel Rombach Gallery! The show was juried by three successful UofA viscom alumni: Todd Fedell, Danielle Hull, and Rick O’Brien. It was encouraging to talk with the jurors about their journeys in the world of design [...]
Tucson Weekly reviewed the Four Seasons show!
If Larry Busbea can condense Adolf Loos’s essay “Ornament and Crime” to “Everyone who likes decorations is a sissy-baby,” then I can make my design history essay’s outline look like this: Rise of Industrial Revolution Eminem (Marx + Morris) Loos bein’ a hater.