I am in the process of turning several of my cut paper pieces into vinyl wall stickers; so that they are easy to set up and take down, and accessible to more people. I turned my studio yesterday into a fake room set up and took some "interior" shots.
Eames chair, tag board, molding, vinyl, taxidermy. 8'x12'.
These are images from a short residency this summer at the Belden brick factory in Sugarcreek, Ohio. I used red brick without holes, and silk screened onto the surface using enamels and colorants from the factory. Each brick has carved notches and can be hung on a wall, or just placed around the house.
I just bought a letterpress (an old sign press) at the Ohio State Fair of all places, and it is amazing. I have started carving linoleum blocks, and printing on paper similar to the way I am doing my plates and tiles. The best part is being able to add layer on top of layer, and turn the foreground into the background. Here are some of the first prints...
Just installed this piece on a cream wall - the vinyl decal shows up a lot clearer. I think the details in this shot are beautiful...
2007. 65" x 34". 16 slipcast porcelain tiles with silkscreened enamels and china paints. background - white laser cut vinyl.