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September 9th / Todays post

20×20 Posters For Peace Exhibition, Tehran+Oklahoma, Sept 7-20 2017.  Includes my 28 x 40 digital print poster, “At Peace: Hubris hushed up”

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September 8th / Todays Post

A murky drawing with floaty collage bits combined in a carefully structured composition to make a compilation of no real intent, other than formal aesthetic play. Enjoy or poo-poo.  2017

 

September 4th / Todays Post

End of Summer 2017 Labor Day

” Morro Bay Boatyard ”   ” Oil Workers Sign on Union Hall in Taft, California ”

 

August 31st / Todays Post

2 photos for the last day of August

 

August 29th / Todays Post(s)

2 sketch book pages, 22 years apart. 1995 and 2017, still less than more comprehensible.

 

August 28th / Todays Post(s)

2 large silkscreen posters for LA Machine Projects projects, 2012 and 2015

 

August 17th / Todays Post(s)

2 Xerox prints from the mid-1970s.  Xerox’s of 40 years ago had a grainy gray quality that was ideal for hand coloring with Prismacolor pencils. A title, a signature, and a date made each one into a little mono-print. In the “Tools of the Trade” print, the lines fore and aft are from each tool depicted, including cuts for the X-Acto knife and dried adhesive from the glue stick. Also in the grouping is an early Pentel Pen, and the ubiquitous, all purpose Rapidograph Pen

 

August 16th / Todays Post(s)

2 sketch book spreads from 1986 with some very 80’s looking drawings.

 

August 7th / Todays Post(s)

3 photographs, edited, cropped, and declared “found” art.

 

August 1st / Todays Post

The dean of so many great Detroit photographers:  +Bill Rauhauser 1914-2017+   An exhibition poster we did in the early 80’s, using his photo of his camera, tilting it on a angle and incorporating it’s little arrows and tic marks into my then current “connotative typography” practice.  This was also the reason for the mix of bold and medium letters within the words and blocks of words, meant to reflect the idea that a photographic likeness is composed of the grouping of lighter and darker shapes and forms into a fixed order necessary to make it a “readable” image.