Finished my semester long project, Los Angeles Aqueduct Day, with a final presentation in class.
I sold out of kitchen towels last week during Los Angeles Aqueduct Day so
I printed another batch today. See you tomorrow!
Worker inspecting conduits at the Castaic Hydroelectric Power
October 5, 1973.
I’ve been at Mastodon Mesa for the last two weeks celebrating Los Angeles Aqueduct Day. If you haven’t had a chance to visit our booth at the Melrose Trading Post yet, view the official website to get a glimpse of the project.
What we do in class at CalArts. For Engagement by Design class taught by Ken Ehrlich.
Collaboration with Mitch Cox, Taylor Giali, & Alex Ketch.
Los Angeles Aqueduct Day
November 4, 11, 18, & 25 at Mastadon Mesa at the
Melrose Trading Post in Hollywood, California. 10am-5pm.
CalArts Halloween 2012. The final one
2012 CalArts Cyber Apocalypse, Halloween Party Poster. (click image to view larger)
Just had sign class up on Friday for my fourth and final year at CalArts. It’s great to have everyone back, it’s gonna be a good year.
Mad Lib Project, Part 1 & 2 from my second year at CalArts. Project taught by Masato Nakada.
An old spread from my image-making class with Brian Roettinger during my second year at CalArts.
Added a new project I did for the CalArts Dance program. It’s a one color
32 page booklet featuring a typeface I’m working on. More projects to come.
Reviews are over, our class has thoroughly been enjoying life.
My final wall for my review tomorrow morning, the end of my third year at CalArts.
Feels good to actually feel like I’m apart of this school.
Goal for next year: have more time to go to school events.
Reviews are two days away, lots of production happening.
Third year reviews are looming…
A drawing I made during critique today.
Just finished this four color print for Wunderbaum: Songs at the End of the World at RedCat. Collaboration with Pedro Lavin, Christina Rodriguez, and Chris Burnett.
Currently working on this, titled Achilles Magazine, here is the cover.
The CalArts Print fair finally happened this past Sunday, it has been something that has been in the works since last summer. I was really passionate about executing an event that crossed all programs this year at CalArts. I felt as if there was a void that needed to be filled. With that said, it’s taken up the majority of my time and energy these last few weeks.
Thank you to everyone who came down!
Photo credit: Kyle Fitzpatrick
At the press check for the print fair poster, second side will be done tomorrow… if you want a free copy of the mailer/poster sent to you this week then email me your address! (firstname.lastname@example.org)
And don’t forget to come out to the first annual CalArts Print Fair this Sunday at 11am.