Graphic Design & More
in New York City
Cool Little Zines for Cool Little People
www.doodl.club is a hybrid zine / coloring book subscription for kids. Every issue features a new artist and is delivered addressed to your creative kiddo! »ARCHIVED SITE
Relax — It’s Just Cabins
I designed the companion book to the blog of the same name. Inspired by back to the land, and do-it-yourself books of the 60s & 70s, the 336-page book is both reference guide and source of inspiration for the cabin fantasy. »BUY
Textbook for the contemporary Canadian art scene
Featuring over 100 artists and writers, this catalogue accompanied the first ever comprehensive survey of contemporary Canadian art.
The content and presentation reflects that of a travel guide, with art as the main attraction. »BUY
Art & crafts (sans popsicle sticks)
Todd Oldham, Kelly Rakowski and I created, photographed, and designed 52 step-by-step projects for smart, curious kids. KMM provides an introduction to design theory, materials, techniques, and projects — inspired by masters of mid-century design. »BUY
India ink and gouache on paper
Selections from a series using limited parameters: absence of color, painterly backgrounds, flat, woven, grotestque-style typograhy. All are ≈ 9×11 inches and created without the use of computer software.
Everyone ends up in the kitchen
Ch-ch-ch-ch-ch-ch Cherry Bomb!
This 224-page photo-essay / memoir was edited from Jett's personal archive of snapshots, magazine clippings, and ephemera. The layout is intentionally editorial with sophisticated, high-fashion typography. My older brother had her cassette ‘Up Your Alley’ — I thought that was a tough sounding title. »BUY
They like it. They really really like it
My good friend Matt Blume and I spent a Saturday afternoon interviewing MASS MoCA staff members, then I got to editing. I love this video.
The definitive guide for artists, by artists
A self-published, topic-driven art journal created with Sam Spratlin. The idea was to solicit advice from artists in areas where they stereotypically fail. We published the work of many talented artists and writers for 2.7 issues.
Maybe Now I’ll Get the Respect I So Richly Deserve
A 400-page monograph presenting 30 years of the warped world of Wayne White. Featuring artifacts from White’s early career as set-designer and puppet-maker for Pee-wee’s Playhouse up to his contemporary paintings and sculptures.
Wayne was terrific to work with and I've enjoyed following his climbing career since the book’s publication. »BUY
Eat Food, Fund Art
Funding Emerging Art with Sustainable Tactics was founded amongst a group of friends in 2009. We granted over $20,000 to Brooklyn artists via thirteen seasonal dinner parties.
Each event served 200+ guests, donating $20 for dinner, beer, and a ballot. The audience would vote on one of the eight projects and the winner walked out with a cash grant of $1,000. »SITE
I’ve been described as a “wrecking ball” of a designer — with the ability to take a concept from zero to one across all media. Thanks for looking and take care.