A bit of digital collage, entitled “Porkgrinder”.
A sweetly disturbing work I created (printed by master silkscreener Simon Bossé of Mille Putois) back in ’99, for Retina Rash, a solo expo of prints at Noize Records on St-Laurent in MTL.
Just some of the 45 silkscreen prints, each with unique watercolour detailing, that I created with Montreal serigraphy studio Station 16. These prints from Station 16, and swag from other cool design outfits (123 Klan, Fake, Boro and Yves Laroche), are gifts up for grabs at the Xmas Pop-Up Sale at notable MTL gallery LNDMRK this week, 17-22 December 2012.
Three of the 16 11”x17” Diamondhead talismanic ornaments I suspended from tree branches around the Arts Village at Montreal’s Osheaga fest 2012. Overseen by Fred Caron, the Arts Village included an En Masse For the Masses jam, a rock-poster tent, your-face-here wooden trompe-l’oeil fun c/o Jason Botkin, and an instant instrument factory operated by Skewville.
Of the 16 Diamondheads I installed, only eight remained after the festival ended — guess I didn’t hang ’em high enough, hope they found good homes! (Photo c/o Hoover Chung)
A “vintage promotional photo” of the stop-motion maquette used in Tundrasaur!, an imaginary drive-in-era monster movie from the art exhibition If They Came From Within: An Alternative History of Canadian Horror (more on that on my Projects page).
One of edition of 45 prints — each with a unique, distinctive face painted in watercolours — I did with Montreal’s Station 16 print studio. See my Projects page for more on this. And check out Station 16 — they’re both an outlet for exciting print works by a variety of cool artists, and a capable and accommodating silkscreen production house (I got my Traumstadtdenken T-shirts made up there).