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Bigfoot’s Woodshop

If you happen to be in San Francisco this Thursday evening (11/08) you should attend the opening of the Bigfoot-inspired art show called, ‘I Don’t Believe in You Either’. This exhibition was developed and curated by Office. They invited myself and other talented folk to contribute a tree round for the show. I recently acquired wood carving tools from my dad which I used to hand carve the word ‘Gigantic’. To me this word encapsulates the larger than life folklore of this mysterious hairy being. Here are a series of process pics below and hope to see you at the show! Btw, proceeds of the sales will be donated to 826 Valencia and 826 Boston.

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# Go Vote

A week to go…. the polls are yours on November 6th.
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Shelter

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This will make three!

My wife Kelly and I are expecting to have a little human in our lives next spring! We’re super excited and I hope you’ll put up with more mushy posts like this (and probably even more complaints about lack of sleep).

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The Beauty of Engrav’n!

Happy to announce my participation with Neenah Paper in The Beauty of Engraving print series. Here’s a look at my contribution and you can sign up for a free print of it here.

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From Ampersand to Love

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Deutschland

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The place where we dwell.

Way down in Brooklyn (well, not that deep, Carroll Gardens), Brooklyn Beta is going above and beyond the call of duty for a web conference yet again. Year three has been just as transformative and even more challenging that last.

There’s more inside »


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E. LEGASPI

For my good friend Eric. I will love you forever.

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M is for Monday

UPPERCASE magazine invited 26 typographers, designers and illustrators for an exhibition called Beautiful Bitmaps. The show takes this vestigial part of digital type—the bitmap—and makes it into something to be newly appreciated. Quite a stellar list of contributors, we had the privilege and honor of being 2 of the 26.

To see the whole alphabet, you can visit the show if you’re in Calgary, buy a print of a letter from Society6, or pick up issue 15 of UPPERCASE.

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W is for Wednesday

UPPERCASE magazine invited 26 typographers, designers and illustrators for an exhibition called Beautiful Bitmaps. The show takes this vestigial part of digital type—the bitmap—and makes it into something to be newly appreciated. Quite a stellar list of contributors, we had the privilege and honor of being 2 of the 26.

To see the whole alphabet, you can visit the show if you’re in Calgary, buy a print of a letter from Society6, or pick up issue 15 of UPPERCASE.

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City Upon A Hill

This last Sunday Timothy Goodman (guest art director for the New York Times Book Review section) asked me to contribute a piece for this essay by Ted Widmer here. The post above is a remix of the printed version, but you get the idea… Go America!

 

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