Cover and article for Barcelona Magazine View: Lomono- XXL issue
Read interview- here.
Krampus Group Exhibition Curated by Pat Shewchuk and Steve Wilson. Opens Dec 2nd, 2010 at Resistor Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Located in Portland, OR, USA, Floating World Comics in is one of my favorite shops in the world. Shop owner and curator Jason Leivian is always supporting underground and established artists and publications. He preserves and promotes comic book history and produces fresh exhibitions for noble causes. Below are a sample of...
Little note ( or drawing ) book available- here
The Exquisite Book Published by Chronicle Books. A few years in the making, it includes a whack of amazing artists like David Shrigley, Matt Lienes, Mel Kadel and James Jean. Info and purchase here: exquisitebook.com Also, an archival bamboo mounted print is available- here.
Art Print / SMALL – 17″ X 23″ ($35.00) Gallery quality Giclée print on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using Epson K3 archival inks. Custom trimmed with 2″ border. Image from Kid Onion show in France. Also available as an iPhone skin.
Koyama Press kickass Annie logo project.
Sausages and Pubs European tour to London, Berlin, Copenhagen, Gothenburg, Stockholm and Helsinki. On route I collaborated with Jon Boam, Maxwell Paternoster, Miss Lotion, Michael Ritz, Anders Arhoj, Sune Ehlers, and EKTA. ‹‹return to portfolio
I was invited to be a guest speaker at the Pictoplasma Festival in Berlin, Babylon Theatre, April 9-10th, 2010. I spoke for just over an hour about character development, collaboration, Island Fold, the intent of my drawings and I previewed an unpublished project. Lars and Peter of Pictoplasma were great hosts to me and the...
Fifty24SF gallery put me up in a downtown San Francisco apartment for one week in October, 2009. I made my biggest drawing to date while there. The drawing is about the hypocrisy of “enlightened” people, prophets and gurus who try to define and control concepts on infinity. The mound of snakes represents a congregation of...
Heady Mugs group show at Nudashank Gallery, Baltimore, MD, USA, Dec 2009. Art on left of first photo by Mathew Feyld. ‹‹
Greetings From Gumdrop Mountain! Collection of Short Stories by Jordan Stewart Front and back cover, spine and inside pages. Published by Loose Teeth Press - available as quality print – here -
Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture Center Third Annual 12-Hour Drawing Marathon, Edmonton AB, Canada, August 1st, 2009 - ‹‹return to portfolio
Here’s a wallet and wrap around design I made for a Poketo mug. It has a variety of animals on it. We all love animals and spending money and drinking. Poketo are putting out some colorful products and working with artists I enjoy. Wallet available here.
Waiting For The Miracle, Group Show, Together Gallery, Portland, OR, USA, January 2009 The drawings were put in a zine titled “Where is God?” In the story of the zine, the word “God” was written in pencil, so the reader could erase it and replace it with another word. I’m not a religious or atheist person....
Bent, 22″ x 28″ ink on paper, Luke Ramsey 2008 Pictoplasma Exhibit at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Bordeaux, France. Dec 31st, 2008- Jan 14th, 2009. Various artists from the Pen To Paper Pictoplasma book were invited to exhibit. The show moved on to Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt art institute in May, 2009....
Collaborative Mural, Islands Fold House, Pender Island, B.C, Canada, 2006. Made with APAK during their one week residency with Islands Fold. The islands and ocean wrap around the large studio room and incorporates a door within a large abstract mountain. The story is influenced by the Islands Fold resident/host experience. The mural’s story begins with two...
Selections from Giant Robot group shows Snack Isle, October, 2008, NY Look Behind You, March 2007, NY Post-It Notes #4, December 2009, LA Crocodile Tears, July, 2008, NY space The shows in New York were curated by the fabulous Cheryl Kaminsky The Los Angeles show was curated by the ever awesome Mark Todd. end