A mix of traditional and contemporary prints.
LEGO block lettering make-ready.
A new way to play with LEGO blocks. I was inspired by the 1984 Apple print ad introducing the Macintosh computer.
Hand set and printed vintage wood type wrapping paper for a client while at Genghis Kern.
This was my first polymer project. I chose to see how far I could push the detail of the plates. I have always had an interest in biology and used this opportunity to display the circulartoy system.
I wanted to create a skateboard deck highlighting letterpress printing. To achieve this I printed with vintage wood type and digitized it. The image was then printed on to a sticker and applied to the deck. "Do Work" is used as a motivation mantra and is a physics term which one does to a skateboard deck.
SOLD at the event!
This was a winter greeting card printed for family and friends.
A vintage wood type poster on a Vandercook #4 letterpress. I employed some masking techniques to create the view of the famous rocks from the stage.
This inaugural steamroller printing event was part of Denver's Mo'Print month. One print was pulled and auctioned of to support The Invisible Museum a sponsor of the event.
I was asked to run a demo booth at Art Stir 2015. I make a lock up using both metal and wood type.
For the 2015 Denver TypeCon The Englewood Depot sponsored a tour of some select Denver print shops. Each shop locked up a portion of a pome by Beatrice Ward to create a progressive poster. At each stop guests were invited to pull a print.
The finished Denver Letterpress Tour Progressive Poster. The only way to get a complete poster was by stoping at each print shop.
The print I made for the 2016 Hamilton wood type Wayzgoose print swap. I was inspired by the now gone smoke stack on the original factory.