today at work, i was clicking through a local gallery's archives online, and i stumbled upon the work of my former screenprinting professor, dan kiacz. at the time, i only remember seeing one of his pieces - a horse maybe? - and can't recall being at all interested or inspired by it or him. and dan never seemed very impressed by me or my work. it was full of super simple, color blocks and pastel shapes, usually topped off with a screened photo of some shaggy-haired rock & roller (oh, i haven't changed much...) dan died shortly after i graduated - i think of a brain tumor. looking back at his work now, not only do i like it, but he seems so much more interesting to me now than i ever realized as a young, dumb art school kid... here's to dan kiacz.


r.i.p. neil.


horst antes (upon seeing this, i realized my dad had one of his pieces in our home...)

10 rules by john cage, as distributed to merce cunningham's studio. i particularly appreciate Rule No. 8.

rob cobbing

i can always count on the creatures of comfort tumblr for a good shot of inspiration.


this summer, i've been working on a shop update. i won't reveal the new batch of products just yet, but i'm really excited about it. i'm also working on a bunch of new ceramic garlands and candles. please stay tuned...
i would really like to include hermine van dijck's new book in the shop...
pics via journal de jours


i like to pretend this is us.
(it's really rei kawakubo & vincent van gogh via marianne batlle's mind.)
for sale at coc.