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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A Yellow Day

Film III Yellow to be exact, but that is not story. I found myself drawing alongside my father the other day, oddly enough 2 years to the day I started documenting him. I pulled up to the shop a “little while” after he did. I couldn’t hear the presses running so I knew I was […]

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Mounting a plate

For those who don’t know, I grew up in a print shop. I have never not known printing as a family business and I am sure it has fed every visual pursuit that I have had as well as shaped every interest and business decision as a freelancer. Most people know offset printing and fine […]

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Hurricane Sandy Fundraiser

In response to Hurricane Sandy’s devastating effects on the New York and New Jersey area, the illustrators of Studio 1482 have each created a print of one of their favorite New York City images to raise money for the displaced victims of the storm. For each donation of $50 or more, you will receive a […]

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