Category Archives: Miscellaneous


A dozen imperfect peace symbols—or twelve perfectly different peaces? Copublished with Draw Down, 12 PEACES is an edition of 500 screenprinted boxes, each measuring 5.5 × 3.25 inches and containing the following: 12-page booklet (2.75 × 4.25 in.), 2 in. button, 1 in. button, iron-on patch (2.5 in.), and two sticker sheets (2.75 × 4.25 in. each).


Materials Materials


At Harvard Art Museums we recently produced some promotional materials featuring materials found in the museums’ collections. The stickers were made for the Division of Academic and Public Programming. The bags are available in the museums shop. All designed in-house with Creative Director Steven Waldron.



Screenshot of an icon in progress. Goodbye, 2014. Hello, 2015.



SPARE is a modest short-term artist residency program and resource center for Risograph printing, small-scale publishing, and bookmaking.” They are in Chicago. I was happy to participate (along with Linus Bill, David Bodhi Boylan, Steffen Bunte, Dante Carlos, Jay Cover, Thad Kellstadt, and Tim McMullen) in their first postcard series. Additionally, SPARE included print samples and registration tests on the reverse of the postcards and on a variety of smaller, separate cards. You can buy the series from their store.

you tell ’em

sign directing trees


“For the price of a 44¢ stamp, you can mail a letter anywhere within the nation’s borders. The service will carry it by pack mule to the Havasupai Indian reservation at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Mailmen on snowmobiles take it to the wilds of Alaska.”(1)

I have some mail to send (2)! I’m driving across the country in October and will be mailing from various places along the way. If you’d like a piece delivered somewhere in the U.S., please text or email the address to me (3) anytime before November, 2011.

1. Devin Leonard, “The U.S. Postal Service Nears Collapse,” Business Week, May 26, 2011
2. untitled (collages of places), 8.5″ x 11″ folded to 4″ x 6″
3. 801-440-1061,



process clipping

I’ve always liked this image from early sketches for the Patagonia Footwear identity we worked on at JDK in 2006.

ToMe, Week 14 Title Page

Fortune Cookie


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