Carlisle Hurlant (detail), acrylic and enamel on found steel, 2003. An artifact from an early-oughts Pennsylvania mission, this was painted on a street light access plate that was lying in repose on the sidewalk after rusting completely off the base of the pole.
The Devil's Backbone (detail), ink and gouache on paper, 2011. A small section of the lettering and border treatment I came up with for this collaborative screenprint with Vania Zouravliov for @mondotees - sinew and stars always...
Getting this text locked in, Rose Shards progress continues, pencil on paper, 2015. Additionally, I was alerted to a new web log this morning that recently featured my work as well as that of some of my (much more capable) contemporaries. Thoughtfully written and tightly curated, I recommend following @greyburnes and linking from there.
Detail of a graphic I did as part of a series for @ridesnowboards in 2005. Mostly text based, the actual boards had all manner of custom touches like hand painted embellishments, layered printing, exposed veneer, metallic inks-the works. Shout out to @mikegw on a mission to track down all 5 in the series-battle on🔦🔦🔦
Tightening up various bonus elements for the oft-delayed Rose Shards box set for @blackosprey_megafauna - it's all coming together, massive apologies for the delay on this beast but it's looking gorgeous. More updates this week, thanks much for your patience and support🌑🔪🌑
Detail of an amazing custom hardwood patchwork floor my Dad is working on. Includes pieces of Purple Heart, Bubinga, Cherry, Walnut, Red and White Oak, Ash, Liptus and other species. Can't wait to see this finished, it's going to be beautiful. Check out horkeyswoodandparts.com for more examples of his woodworking and design prowess.