Wednesday, 25 February 2009
Down to Earth | 44 Oz's @ The Barbershop Gallery
Conceived by the good folk's at Parishil Co-laborations, 44 Oz's is an exhibition that features the work of 44 artists, illustrators, cartoonist and designers interpreting the drunken hope of the newest world leader, U.S. President Barack Obama.
Down to Earth (alternate) | 44 Oz's @ The Barbershop Gallery
The exhibit opened on February 19th at The Barbershop Gallery (1718 Queen Street West) in Toronto, and will run until the end of the month. Please contact Parishil for gallery hours.
Posted by Alex at 19:35 No comments:
Wednesday, 11 February 2009
The Robot Spy / The Lost World | Personal
The look I had in mind for these images required a significant departure from my usual methods. Both are carved block prints registered on heavy paper I had coloured with spray paint. They represent a couple of my favourite subjects (classic science fiction and prehistoric stuff) and hang on the walls in my studio. I had a lot of fun with these and I hope to expand on the series in the future.
Posted by Alex at 18:05 3 comments:
Labels: book cover, personal, poster
Subscribe to: Posts (Atom)