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April 22nd / Todays Post

Graphic design paleontology: anywhere from around 15 and a half to 31 million seconds ago !

 


April 20th / Todays Post

Chinamarker drawing on Polaroid discard, 2018

 


April 18th / Todays post

Two 2009 drawings, one fleetingly casual (just short of a throw away) and the other more fully considered (?), both with drawn parts and collaged bits floating in more negative than positive page space (one of my favorite tropes).

 


April 17th / Todays Post

 http://theportlandstampcompany.com/artist-series/

 


April 16th / Todays Post

Archive: Recently found color xerox copy of Prismacolor pencil lettered clock face done some time back in the ’00s for a no longer remembered which regional AIGA fundraiser.

 


April 14th / Todays post

A 1989 postmodern game, “proposal for a design style” that turned out now, 28 years later, probably more fitted to staying in 1789 and retitled, “potential graphic design for bygone eras” !

 


April 13th / Todays post

A creepy Friday the thirteenth.

 


April 11th / Todays Post

Nature: A “Drawing collage drawing,” and a tiny detail of an old flawed magazine reproduction, re-cropped, enlarged, and xeroxed, 2018

 


April 4th / Todays Post

As a “forms” connected combo, two from 2002: a detail from one of my “flyers” and a quad of Polaroids.

 


April 1st / Todays Post

April Fool or Happy Easter or both.

 


March 30th / Todays Post

Two photographs for Good Friday, 2018

 


March 27th / Todays Post

See Below.


March 26th / Todays Post

Hands up ! Antique mall book covers. “What typography ends up looking like when photographed out in the world,” is an ongoing project, consciously started in 1986, and continuous through film, Polaroid, and digital mediums. Comprising many, many thousands of examples, stacked in boxes, published in books, pasted in albums, and now, stored in multi-megabytes on computers, hard drives, and Clouds.

 


March 24th / Todays Post(s)

Last 5 current sketch book pages, 2018

 


March 22nd / Todays Posts

Letterforms and textures: scratchings on the railings at Griffith Observatory, 2018

 


March 20th / Todays Post

A landscape/cityscape/seascape. Drawing w/collage drawing added drawing, 2018

 


March 18th / Todays Post

Two recent parody drawings of past parody drawings on acclaimed early 20th century artists.

 


March 17th / Todays Post

Happy St Patrick’s Day !

Addendum: half Irish daughter Annamarie’s photo response to my post. Nice !

 


March 9th / Todays Post


1981 and 1982: Two 13th birthday cards for two new teenagers. The top one had a Lincoln penny on it because of his birthday also meaning no school that day

 


March 8th / Todays Post

May be art: two images to complement a knotty problem maybe never set in stone.

 


February 26th / Todays Post(s)

The automotive road: a night drive back.

 


February 24th / Todays Post(s)

A sequence of some currently found postcards, the last one shown with both sides.  The back has a very amusingly written, “quite an adventure…”  Also, one wonders, did the addressee eventually give name to the Tim Gearan song, “Fickle Betty,” ?  No dates on any of them, but the period is fairly evident in the images.

 


February 16th / Todays Post(s)

Three pages from a 2000 sketch book.

 


February 14th / Todays Post

Lemon tree Valentine