Modern Reconstruction

Here’s a new logo that I just completed. Modern Reconstruction is the brainchild of my friend Tyler, a contractor who can build/wire/construct just about anything. He has a particular specialization in modernism.

Birds by Jesse Strother

The same night as my art-opening in November, my buddy Jesse also has an opening directly next door in Revival. The show is called Birds. So be sure and stop by and see both of our shows. I just helped Jesse get these postcards together for the show.

Lomography Locations

I know, it seems like all I care about lately is medium-format photography. I actually have my hands really full aside from the show/zine. But with the show coming up, I’ve been hard at work promoting the photos. Lomography just published an article I wrote for their Lomo-Locations, and even posted the article to the section’s front page. I’m honored at the even-slightest bit of promotion from this organization, amongst a ton of talented photographers. I’ve got a few more articles up for editing with them, as well as constantly adding new photos. Check out my Home.

Sailboat Press

I’ve been pretty lacking on updates, as I’ve basically been on vacation for the last 2 weeks. I spent a week off in Ohio with a visiting friend, and another week with family in Florida. So this week will bring me back to work, and hopefully finishing up some new projects that I’m excited about. Today I helped my friend Tim set up the new website and online store for Sailboat Press. There isn’t much there yet, but in the coming weeks, he’ll have new zines. SP is responsible for publishing my upcoming zine, which you can read more about in the post before this. Keep checking my site, and his for some updates.

Through A Plastic Lens Zine

To coincide with the Through A Plastic Lens photography show in November, Sailboat Press approached me about releasing a zine of photos. Because the show will only include color photos, I decided to make the zine a compilation of all black & white photos. The covers will be CMYK screen-printed on French Pop Tone paper, and packaged in clear sleeves with additional goodies. Limited Edition and hand-numbered of only 100. Below is just a small preview, as I didn’t want to show the entire thing; you’ll have to pick one up at the show to see the whole thing.

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