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Monday, August 10, 2009

Friday, July 31, 2009


House on Jefferson Street, Brooklyn; 2009

House on Malcolm X Boulevard, Brooklyn; 2009

House in Old Town, Baltimore; 2009

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Maybe I've got Goya on the brain, I don't know, but I have finally kicked my ass into shape and I am finally posting the remaining etchings from my senior thesis exhibit. One part of my thesis was a series of d.i.y. styled political posters concerning mostly local issues. I chose to complement the localized content of the posters by focusing on global issues in the etching series.

The series was titled "Los Desastres del Imperialismo Americano" ["The Disasters of American Imperialism], after Goya's "Los Desastres de la Guerra".

Surge Success
Copper Etching on Grey Rives BFK, 2008

Ghost of the War Machine
Copper Etching on Grey Rives BFK, 2008

The Enemy Kitchen
Copper Etching on Grey Rives BFK, 2008

The last print was inspired by this particularly absurd reality of living in this fucked up crazy world.

Views from the actual commencement installation:


Monday, July 27, 2009

Exciting! Scanner is up and running! This was my maiden voyage of scanning expeditions:

Flyer to get folks involved with the Zine Bazaar at Red Emma's Radical Book Pavilion coming up in September!

Had this in mind when I was trying to figure out the composition for the flyer. I heart Goya. As much as he capitalized on his art in ways I don't necessarily care for; in the end he can do no wrong in my book.