It's all Hallows Eve so here's some spooky fun from 1992:
Sunday, October 31, 2010
In this spooky political season I am digging into the vaults for a couple of fitting pieces from 1984.
|This cover of the November 1984 issue of the Rocket got the paper banned from Pacific Lutheran University.|
|The "Take the Mask Off" graphic for the bus ad campaign|
“Take the Mask Off” was done for a bus card campaign produced by a group of Seattle artists and arts supporters who formed the group WADA, Working Artists for a Democratic Alternative. Money was raised at a fundraiser where we watched the presidential debates on a wall of televisions. I did the illustration and Dale Yarger did the graphic design. It ran on 26 busses and was available as a poster and t-shirt.
|"Take the Mask Off" on Third Avenue|
|On the bus|
|This is the wrap-up spread that WADA sent to all of the supporters. It documents the press, letters and timeline of the project.|
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Yes, I am soon going to release updated versions of the popular Smool T-Shirt line. Here are some samples of the line as it was released in the late '80s and early '90s:
Check back here soon for images from the new line as well as other work including graphics, prints, sculpture, fire sculpture, videos and more!