District 11 Monotype Workshop at Catapult Press

Posted on Oct 7, 2017 in art, Blog | No Comments
District 11 Monotype Workshop at Catapult Press

Monotype vs. Monoprint: What’s the difference? Monotype: a one of a kind image made from a blank surface/no matrix. Monoprint: a one of a kind image made from a matrix with surface design/texture. Above: Monotype, made from a piece of plexiglass Above: Monoprint, made using a woodcut block Supplies Plexiglass sheet BFK Rives or other […]

The Little Civic That Could

Posted on Apr 15, 2013 in art, life, travel | No Comments

Eek! Just spent $500 in repairs on the old civic, but I think it was money well spent. The nice men at the garage did a bunch of the work for free since I was already going in deep on repairs on such an old vehicle and getting 4 new tires. I think I’ll follow […]

“Fail Harder,” and Other Thoughts From My Big, Pretentious Sketchbook

Posted on Apr 10, 2013 in design, food porn, teaching | 2 Comments

So, have any of  you Mad Men fans out there seen the documentary Art & Copy? I found it at our local library a couple of days ago and really enjoyed watching it. They interview a variety of ad agency creatives about the business and their career, honing in occasionally on  big campaigns such as […]