Hand aged and silkscreened paper wheat pasted onto wood.
Screenprinted and hand painted.
4 color, limited edition combination print using both silkscreen and letterpress print techniques. The screenprinted "DIE" and noose were printed with a grey/blue mix of Eco-friendly, water based ink. The words "LIVE FREE OR" are oil based and have a slightly metallic sheen and were printed on a Vandercook Proof Press No. 2. SOLD
3 Piece series made in honor of Fight Club's 15th anniversary. Screenprinted with my own unique mixture of oil based litho ink and water based textile ink. Hand textured, typeset and painted. Each poster is 20"x30"
8 layer, 8 color, limited series screen print. Printed with Eco-friendly, water based inks on fine art grade Fleckstone paper from the French Paper Company, a sixth-generation, family-owned American company, established in 1871. I personally hand razor cut each sheet that these are printed upon and I meticulously mix all my own inks as well.
4 layer, 3 color, 9 edition limited series serigraph printed on linter paper. The triangle and face were printed with Eco-friendly, water based inks which I meticulously hand mixed. The oozing drips were hand painted with oil based lithograph ink. As mentioned earlier, this lightweight cotton paper was hand pressed in certain areas with "bars" to give the work more physical depth and a deeper, more tangible story.
Printed live during the Bomb Shelter Art Show 2013, Wichita Kansas. Only 3 are in existence and this one made it's way to California. Plastisol black ink.
The small type at the bottom was printed with lead latters and the larger orange type were wooden. Both were letterpress printed on a Vandercook Proof Press No. 3 while the screaming eye-cone cartoon was hand screen printed, all on a lightweight manilla paper.
7 layer, 7 color, 1 edition print. It was printed with Eco-friendly, water based inks on fine art grade Fleckstone paper from the French Paper Company, a sixth-generation, family-owned American company, established in 1871. I personally hand razor cut each sheet that these are printed upon and I meticulously mix all my own water based inks.
Skeleton is from an old medical diagram book online and this was made for my son at age 2.