From the daily archives: Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Reading the La Times crime section there seemed to be a common theme, police and criminals were using primitive tools to commit and solve crimes. I based this sketch off 3 stories, 1 where a woman was murdered with a butcher knife as the police watched through a window, 2 A story about police using […] more!


March 1, 2011 by

Starting in 2000, I began utilizing newspapers in my work to express my world view. Today, I use it for self-reflection. Since March is Women’s History Month and also my birthday month I decided to do a series of self-portraits… Tonight I was captured by an image of a ballerina, her limbs spread as if […] more!

Gunmen in Congo Attack President’s House, Causing Firefight Tweet more!

Behold the power of glitter… Tweet more!

Above is a scan of coffee spills on the front page of today’s New York Times. Since January, I have been rendering graphite drawings of coffee spills on The New York Times. The drawings are studies of the newspaper as an object. I am looking at the newspaper with nostalgia, depicting the printed broadsheet in […] more! Tweet more!

Downward Spiral on YouTube This was inspired by the headline; ‘Celebrities: See How They Fall’ and the opening sentences into the article which  is, “Fame kills. Or at the very least, it would appear, it destroys your health, your love life, your family and your sanity.”. Tweet more!

“I am on a drug. It’s called ‘Charlie Sheen.’” – Charlie Sheen Anticipating the availability of just such a drug, I took the liberty of designing a possible stamp for use on a small bag or wax paper envelope, displayed amongst a selection of existing stamps. Tweet more!

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