Projected Live Drawing for Brink Events- CODE: ENIGMA Using a tablet, laptop, software and projector, March 31st, 2012, Victoria, B.C, Canada
D.I.Y. MAGIC by Anthony Alvarado 40 b&w illustrations, First edition letterpress silver foil cover limited to 1000 copies, 176 pages Published by Floating World Comics, Portland Now available to order
“Get Under Our Skin” Giclée Print for Art Buds, Australia purchase -here- mini interview for kids -here-
Madrona Gallery, Victoria, B.C, Canada, March 3rd-17th, 2012 -View Work Here-
Olio CO-OP, January 20th, 2012, Victoria, B.C, Canada This simple piece was drawn live with music performed by Eclipser. Each pen tablet movement was saved and then animated into a loop. The second piece was drawn live with music by Magneticring. —
Kaid Ashton and Luke Ramsey, 2012 The photograph by Kaid was taken in the Blummentritt district of Manila- a child brushing his teeth near his home along the railroad tracks. Luke added the drawing and Kaid posted it up in Hong Kong. View Kaid’s photography – here –
Bitch Magazine Issue 53 illustration for article about dystopia
Logo for Bond to Literacy -a program that supports and encourages families to read books with children
mock book cover for Philip K.Dick novel Why? Benefit for Dylan Willisams -R.I.P. More info here: thedivineinvasion.tumblr.com
Bongout- GIVEN / Collective silkscreen book 2011 3 booklets, 72 pages silkscreen book, 93 colours, 40 x 30 cm, 145 ex, numbered. Comes in a box. Artist list: André Lemos, Andy Bolus, Antoine Bernhart, Kottie Paloma, Brecht Vandenbroucke, Moolinex, Dragan Prgomelja, Christopher Schulz, Frodo Mikkelsen, Frédéric Fleury, Gabriela Jolowicz, Frédéric Poincelet, Kathrin Köster, Luke Ramsey, Mathieu Desjardins, Emmanuelle...
Ink About It- a therapeutic activity book for children Produced by Art With Heart, this book is intended to help struggling teens and tweens adapt and adjust to life’s ups and downs, to lead kids toward social and emotional wellness. The book includes the spread above, plus other work donated from various artists, more info -here.
Summer 2011 and 2010-Pender Island, B.C, Canada
Published by French Fourch. Available– here
Andy Rementer and Luke Ramsey, June 16th, 2011 Andy and Luke were hired by the German pen company Edding to collaborate live for two hours on the Edding website. Webcams helped viewers watch the artists real-time drawing hands. Online public comments and requests influenced the drawing. Luke was on the west coast of Canada, Andy was...
Collaborations below with myself and kids from Queen Charlotte City and Masset: Open publication – Free publishing – More art —– Islands Fold b+w zine available – here —-
Design for THOKK THOKK- an organic tee brand from Germany 2011 Spring-Summer Collection available -here
With 10 other designers and artists, I will be doing a 6 minute presentation at this fundraising event. More info- here Facebook event -here
Came across this little sketchbook of drawings from early 2010.
A few prints from 2003-2006 in Mike Perry’s newest book- Pulled- A Catalog of Silkscreen. Available in stores and here.
for teenie weenie zine machine at City Lights- London, ON, Canada curated by Jamie Q
Spread about urban gardening- 2011. Cover about the collective mind online-2009 F5 Magazine A Russian weekly magazine about technology. The collective mind image is also available online as a Giclee print, a tee and hoody.
Olio is celebrating it’s second anniversary with a collection of screenprinted works from 22 local artists. Assembled and bound into Olio’s first clothbound collection book named- First Edition. A very limited quantity of these will be on sale at the Saturday, March 19th opening. Proceeds from the sales of First Edition...
Mountain Equipment CO-OP 2011 Spring-Summer Catalog Cover Wrap-around front, back (not shown above ) and inside flap. After 40 years, this is the final in-print catalog. Close to 1 million copies are in circulation. MEC is a Canadian cooperative with 3.3 million members. They promote ethical sourcing and product sustainability. This project was rewarding, because it lines-up with my...
The rise of the e-book lending library (and the death of e-book pirating) by John Barber