Monthly Archives: May 2011
I’ve started a new project. It is going to be awesome. The text is on 2″ x 3″ blocks. Which are, let me tell you, fun to carve. It’ll be fun to find out if the little flying dude actually … Continue reading
This text is from a Dynamite Museum road sign on West 6th Ave, Old Route 66, in Amarillo, Texas. It was apparently found written on the cornerstone of an abandoned coffee shop and dated 1948. I have committed some violence … Continue reading
This is, in one way, a thank you to my mother. (I suppose you could call it a belated Mother’s Day post, but I’d rather you didn’t.) In another way, it’s an answer to a question my father asked recently. … Continue reading
There is something awful & compelling, magnificent, an ancient power so vast it defies understanding – a rift into a part of the universe we are not meant to see, for if we look too deeply into it, who knows … Continue reading
OH MY GOD YOU GUYS I PRINTED ON A COMMON PRESS. *ahem* Sorry. I suppose it doesn’t really count. But Gary Gregory – the proprietor of the Printing Office of Edes and Gil – is amazing. Seriously. He’s a large … Continue reading
I am pleased that Dave McKean’s Cages is in print again. (The title of this post is a quote, more or less.) Today I sent in a project proposal for (Kickstarter) funding … and now I wait. It’ll be really … Continue reading
This is a sketch for a reduction lino block. I decided to hand-sew some quilt blocks … it forces me to think about them a lot while I work, which is probably good for me.