The Walrus Magazine, May 2009 Issue editorial drawings for the book review section
Twice the size of Paper Rodeo, Jesjit Gill’s free art paper from Toronto. It included artists Shane Ehman, Keith Jones, James Kirkpatrick, Jason McLean, Jonathan Petersen, Owen Plummer, Eric Shaw, Fiona Smyth, Michael Swaney, Marc Bell, Peter Thompson, Seth Scriver, Michael Comeau, Michael DeForge and many more. Issues #4 and #8...
Danny Deleto Album Art for their Satursnakes album
Open Space Gallery, New York, NY, USA, March, 2009 The first image was made for the Cut It Out Group show curated by Mike Perry. The other images were from made around the same time.
Islands in LA, Poketo Studio, Los Angeles, CA, USA, Feb 2009 Collaborative one night event with Travis Millard, Marco Zamora, Derek Albeck, Joel Speasmaker, James Gulliver Hancock and Doodles.
Zach Gibson curates this impressive online magazine. Volume 9 includes myself plus some artists who’s work I love, like Cody Hudson, Esther Pearl Watson, Joel Speasmaker, Mark Todd, Mel Kadel, Miskai Kawai, Travis Millard and more. - ‹‹
For the “Green Theme” issue of Color Magazine. This issue also has a rad comic by Geoff Mcfetridge.
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....
This is a story that shows the transformation of a baby to an elderly man. The baby’s mind is born with a peaceful mind, but as it grows older it’s mind becomes corrupt. The heart eventually prevails. This story was originally published in Cafe Royal (UK) Number Two Large print available- ‹‹return to portfolio
This magazine is a benefit for Sarah to raise the money for her second ear surgery. Sarah was born almost deaf and recently got a cochlear implant in her right ear, which helps her hear sounds she never realized existed. The second implant in her left ear has been scheduled for...
Above image titled” Know Where to Breathe” KNOW Exhibit- Gen Art Vanguard Fair, Dec 4-7th, 2008 Curated by Mark Murphy ‹‹
Ron Regé, Jr and Luke Ramsey collaboration, 2008, published in Boing #3
Helsinki Biennale, 2008, Finland An installation with other contributing artists at the Helsinki Design Museum.
Tee Shirt Design for Artevist Artevist are activist inspired designs all in the name of positive change, global causes and awareness. This “Breathe” organic cotton tee is available for purchase. This design has five trees with the middle tree’s arms around the others. The word “eat” is highlighted from the word breathe. Humans need to breathe,...
Threadless Select Tee- In Us All Above is a collection of folks wearing this tee I was commissioned to design. It has 9 colors and a back print too. I did the drawing after being on a herbal cleanse. I really missed eating bread while detoxifying my body. I also believe that it’s within “us all”...
Celebrating one year of age- a birthday gift for my nephew Sam. Pender Island, B.C, Canada, 2007 ‹‹return to portfolio
Global Symphonic Records Full page ad for MAGNET Magazine issue #79, and image for online record shop.
Spreads in Untitled Fashion Magazine published by Mike Perry Model: Lauren Karazija Photography: Anthony Wallace Drawing: Luke Ramsey
Promotional poster and lazer engraved design for a Zune portable mp3 player. The image is about worshiping unknown gods. It’s also about being one with a collective of like minded individuals, but moving to one’s own beat. I’m not a proud supporter of countless technological products being thrown in the dump everyday, but I am a...
Face Dress by Luke Ramsey, 2008 ‹‹return to portfolio
Together Gallery with Lifetime Collective Group show, April, 2008, Portland, OR ‹‹
Silkscreen prints in this exhibit curated by Seripop and Reuben Kincaid ‹‹
Balls Out Group Show, Grass Hut Gallery, Portland, OR, USA, March 2008 with Chris Johanson, Souther Salazar, Ron Rege Jr, Marc Warren Jacques, Apak and many more. - ‹‹
Images from the Puffer Collection, collaborations by Marc Bell, Owen Plummer, Satomi Joba, Kayla Guthrie, Andrew Dick and Luke Ramsey. Open publication – Free publishing – More art The Mebemewebe A collection of artists collaborating with Luke Ramsey. An exhibition was hosted by Antisocial, Vancouver, B.C, Canada. November 2007. Info and photos available at Islands Fold.
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...
Open Your Eyes Your Dead, Group Exhibition Tradition Gallery ,Los Angeles, CA, October, 2007 ‹‹
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
This comic appeared in Islands Fold’s Boing #2 and Chicago’s Lumpen Magazine. - ‹‹return to portfolio