Tag Archives: linocut

Animated ‘Jumble’

A 3″ x 3″ miniature book from 2011. Printed in 7 runs over the course of 3 weeks on a Vandercook SP15, this 4-folio, 16-page book is too small to contain all of the text it struggles to contain. Which … Continue reading

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Lettering Practice (Happy Birthday B!)

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Postcard: “Time Portal”

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Postcard: “Engine Noise”

Still up to my neck with stuff to do, which is good, but that’s why I’m still not drawing new stuff yet, although that’s at the top of the list that I’ll start on after this other list is done. … Continue reading

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Postcards from Last Year

…which wasn’t quite as eventful a year as The Year in Baltar’s Hair, but was nonetheless a similar type of longish stretch that went by weirdly fast. Anyway, the first two images are two versions of a postcard I made … Continue reading

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2011 Farmers’ Market Poster

I guess I’ve done a fair amount of posters and stuff over the last 4000 years (and hope to do lots more), but this is the first actual letterpress poster I’ve done in, like, well…an extra-long time. I need a … Continue reading

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Signage

I’m posting these two super old linocuts plus one even older drawing and a really extremely old spec sheet for an imaginary font to remind myself I have a similar type of job to do as soon as humanly possible, … Continue reading

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This Week’s Favorite Book

Of all the artists’ books I’ve ever seen or held, this one (the top one) by Sara Owen has to be one of my all-time most favorite ones. I don’t know Sara at all, but she’s a graduate of the … Continue reading

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