I have a solo show opening this Saturday, August 17 at the Compound Gallery in Oakland. There will be a spectacularly lavish opening reception from 6 - 9pm which you’d be foolish not to attend. You can all the details here. Or you can read them on the back of the postcard that I’m posting below. By the way, if you can’t make it to the opening for some reason, the exhibition runs through October 6th, which is lots of time, so you’ve really no excuse. Look forward to seeing you there.
You’re looking at the one and only Bandana of Dissent, which is my latest collaboration with the fabulous Compound Gallery in Oakland, CA. Designed by an immigrant and made in the USA, it’s perfect for mopping your fevered brow after the latest round of racist rants from the satsuma-skinned shit-gibbon.
I just did the artwork for cover for the latest issue of Spanish culinary magazine ‘Tapas’. It’s a portrait of Daniel Humm, the chef at Eleven Madison Park in NYC, which was recently voted the World’s number one restaurant. The best part of the whole deal was that they also asked me to hand letter all the type on the cover, and even re-draw the Magazine’s logo.
Nice little write up in Hi Fructose. I've always wanted to be described as enthralling!
“Misty Water-Colored Memories of the Way We Were” (12″ Remixes)
An ongoing series of graphite drawings on paper, mounted inside 12″ record sleeves with letterpress type. 2016 - 2017
There is also a 7″ series, which has been going on for years. I thought I’d posted them here, but I guess I haven’t, so I’ll bung them up soon. Bet you can hardly wait.