› Arms wide open
This article/page is soooooooooooooo well designed.
I did an interview with Italian e-zine Picame and talked a little bit about the Tenax Exhibition. Check it out
these are the most beautiful handle bars AND designed and made in Toronto!
Some hand drawn text I did for this soon to be released album.
This is the piece I am showing in Florence right now. The wave columns are crystalline, sheathed in organic/liquid forms. If you could see club music, this is what it would look like.
Here is some more graphic design for Pleasure Dome!!! Hitting the streets in your neighborhood (if you live in Toronto)…
I did the cover and interior illustrations for the most recent issue of the Literary Review of Canada. It was great to work with all this imagery relevant to Canada. The cover is 6 illustrations in one, covering articles on Neil Young, P.K. Page, Lawren Harris, Joni Mitchell, R. Murray Schafer and
Donald Shebib. Thanks to art director Alastair Cheng who made it a super fun project.
These are the group shows in Italy that I mentioned a while ago. It looks like they are going to be amazing! The piece I did is 8 feet tall! Unfortunately, I won’t be able to attend…but if you are in that area in the next 2 months you should go check it out and tell me how it looks and sounds.
I’ve been seriously out of the loop and out of the studio since August. We bought a house, did major renovations to it by ourselves and went kind of insane. But now things are stable and I’ve got some stuff to show you…
› graphic design
I’ve started doing graphic design for Pleasure Dome in Toronto. It is a long running experimental video screening artist collective (make sense?). They do great stuff and I am super happy to have joined on for a while. If you live in Toronto you’ll be seeing the posters around town. If you don’t you can just follow the link and see the front of the poster on their website.
I love this dress from Les Collection by Lesia Paramonova. It’s nice to see a floral pattern that has a distinct direction to it, and an end. As much as I like repeating patterns I think the strength of this print is in the fact that it ends before it starts over again.
Jess Bonham’s photos…so nice.
A new repeating pattern. There’s a rabbit in that briar patch, and a lucky foot.
Some art I did yesterday for Absolutely Free…I can’t wait to hear this record. Take a listen to the Clothed Woman Sitting sample. So sweet.