graph paper posters
Using pen and ink on graph paper, I make poster-sized art pieces with a focus on typography and abstract geometry. In addition to their aesthetic purpose, they function as a public diary, visualizing my stream-of-consciousness for eagle-eyed lovers of 6-point-type.
In an effort to stay in touch with friends back in the USA, I sent 100 hand-made postcards in 2016. Some were created completely from scratch using graph paper, maps, sharpies, stencils, rubber stamps and stickers, and some are store-bought postcards with hand-drawn typography overlaid.
fu review: Issue 1
The FU Review is an independent literary journal created by the students of the master's program in English Studies at the Freie Universität in Berlin. For the first issue I was their artist in residence, creating the cover art, title pages and centerfold content.
fu review: Issue 2
The FU Review is an independent literary journal created by the students of the master's program in English Studies at the Freie Universität in Berlin. For the second issue I served a dual role as designer and artist, responsible for page layouts as well as cover art, title pages and centerfold art. All art elements were made by hand—including letterpressed cover type, rubber stamped title pages and typewriter bylines.
Milk being poured into iced coffee
MilkBeingPouredIntoIcedCoffee.com is a web page devoted to the stunningly beautiful, tasteful and artistic endeavor that is pouring milk into iced coffee. It was a collaboration between talented film friends, developer friends, and coffee-drinking friends.
Much like DaVinci, all of my best ideas begin as scratchy text and visuals penned directly into notebooks that will someday be worth millions. An unfiltered visual and textual stream-of-consciousness, the notebook serves as sketchbook, observation journal, diary and muse. In truth it's mostly un-crossed to-do lists.