Night night

  • Posted on 3rd September 2015,
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Night night

Got a bunch of night lights a million years ago, with the intention of making some cutwork studies. Got around to it, into the result. Layers of balsa, which is flimsy and soft and easy to cut, a xerox transfer I made in my basement in college, and some handmade paper I found in a trailer here on our land.… Read More

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The Evil Eye

  • Posted on 1st September 2015,
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The Evil Eye

Hoppin on dat eyeball train. Lanterns to protect you from the evil eye, a curse brought on you by a nasty stare from the curser. I like the spookiness of them, and that they show up in folklore all over the world.… Read More

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Living Fossils

  • Posted on 30th June 2015,
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A sketchbook page about living fossils.

“Everything is supposed to go to hell at around 2050-2100, right? Or, everything is really gonna change at least. Maybe the East Coast is gonna flood, maybe the West will dry up. One time I saw a map depicting climate shift in the Midwest and the South, and in the next few decades, Michigan’s gonna have the climate that Arkansas does now.… Read More

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A Brief History of the Future

  • Posted on 18th April 2015,
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A Brief History of the Future

Back in March we did a show called A Brief History of the Future at The Hillman City Collaboratory, aka the dopest space in the world.  The Collaboratory is a multi-use complex that provides co-working space, art events, yoga, a community kitchen and garden, educational outreach programs, space for non-profits, and like, 86 billion other awesome things in Hillman City, which is the nugget of neighborhood that’s just south of Columbia City.… Read More

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Teeny Ziney – A Concern for the Future

  • Posted on 14th October 2014,
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Teeny Ziney – A Concern for the Future

Part two in what is so far a two-part series of really, really small zines. I wanted to make something out of paper scraps, and also like the idea of impractically small things, like those bibles you need a magnifying glass to read or when people write on rice or the little figurines for model trains. … Read More

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