An Orange Day

Well, on paper it was actually more like a yellow-beige day, but in the bottle it looked rather orange. PMS I don’t remember orange. I usually write it down. Today I didn’t. Today I was working on zero caffeine, central nervous system on idle, and time was shifted in the wrong direction, at least for work. […]

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Toilet Paper

I have had the fortune in my life to have been able to see how things work. And more importantly, why. Trying to explain moments and processes to someone who has no point of reference for such a situation is sometimes near impossible. We need comparisons in life to make examples of, to build a […]

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moonbeams

linocut moonbeam/Michele Bedigian

“moonbeams” is short for Moonbeams and Oops!, a children’s book project that resurfaced on the board a few weeks back. It’s been one of those personal projects that’s evolved with time and a labor of love. The thumbnail above is a lino-cut of a visual idea I’m playing with for Little Moon’s celestial ancestor’s who watch over her from […]

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The Anomalies

To say that I find joy in picking a spot, sitting down and drawing is an understatement. It is like no other experience that I can compare. Part social analysis, part cultural happening—a study in shapes and patterns, motion and line—it is easy to get lost in the reportage. There is so much that comes […]

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Old school

This is a drawing I made of an “old school” occupation. Old presses are really quite beautiful. And so are the people who are interested in preserving their history. –Despina PS- switched places wth Michele this week. Look for her post on Sunday!

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