Moody cool tone fleurs in honor of this gloomy af weather 🌧️
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This morning I had the crazy idea to start another #100dayproject ... and in an even crazier impulsive moment, I decided to go for it!
My challenge will be to carve and print one word each day. I’ve been needing a just-for-fun creative outlet, and I’ve also been dying to have some fun with typography + printmaking. I’m nervous about carving letters 😬 but I suppose this is the best way to practice!
Like my last 100dayproject, I’m not going to let myself worry about hitting day 100. And I probably won’t be able to keep up with a strict daily schedule. I’m just going to see how far I can go, and make whatever I feel like making 😊 Which leads me to my first entry:
: to move about without a fixed course, aim, or goal
hi all - for 2019’s non-profit benefit piece I’ve teamed up with the very talented Josh Sinn, a baltimore-based photographer who loves Baltimore just as much as I do. I first discovered Josh’s work a few years back and instantly became obsessed, the way he captures and composes his photos showed me the city in an entirely different light. Between his moody night photos and day-to-day black and white film shots, I don’t think there’s anyone out there who captures the city better than he does.
• “The Greatest City in America” is a set of four 8x10 screenprints that I illustrated and printed, based off photos that Josh has taken. Each print is signed by both of us: an edition of 50. All proceeds will be donated to the Helping Up Mission (HUM) - a Baltimore-based organization dedicated to providing emergency housing, drug addiction counseling, vital human services, mental health treatment, and so much more to Baltimore’s homeless and low-income population . HUM does a lot to lend a hand to those who really need it. •
These sets are for sale now, link in bio. thanks for looking.