“Travel was once a means of being elsewhere, or of being nowhere. Today it is the only way we have of feeling that we are somewhere. At home, surrounded by information, by screens, I am no longer anywhere, but rather everywhere in the world at once, in the midst of a universal banality - a banality that is the same in every country. To arrive in a new city, or in a new language, is suddenly to find oneself here and nowhere else. The body rediscovers how to look. Delivered from images, it rediscovers the imagination.”

-Jean Baudrillard, The Transparency of Evil: Essays in Extreme Phenomena


Square of Two

Basking in the vibrating patterns of 60's op art, I couldn't help but pay homage to Reginald Neal's lithograph 'Square of Two'. Borrowing his pattern from 1965, my rendition's made of oak, vinyl and epoxy resin. 




24" collage on teak


developing characters...


Kode 9 . Cock and Swan . Nihansin Dideden . Colin Blundtone . Sonny Moon . Emahoy Tsegue & Maryam Guebrou
. Dire Wolves . Lotide . Donovan . The New Age Steepers . Speculator. Alexander Skip Spence .
. The Clientelle . Maria Minerva .


I recently finished up some album artwork for JaMile Jackson's new release 'Manifest Destiny'. The album unfolds as an immersive passage through one of my favorite musician's psyche and digestive process. These tracks lend themselves as a transformative timeline, weaving memory and visceral experiences into an unadulterated blanket of sound. Manifest Destiny is intimate retrospection as much as it provides a vast space for your mind to wander. Blissout.