2014 Poster for Art Crank Portland. Blue ink on vibrant yellow paper. Printed by Fairweather Press.
2014 Calendar featuring the constellations of the zodiac. Over 3000 stars were placed by hand to accurately reflect the true night sky. Blue and metallic gold ink on French Nighshift Blue paper. Printed by Fairweather Press.
2013Poster for Art Crank Portland. Metallic copper ink on black paper. Printed by Fairweather Press.
Text of the poster:
Mr. Rowley B. Turner 1842–1917 In memory of Mr. ROWLEY BENBOW TURNER, without whom we would likely not be riding bicycles today. In 1868, Mr. Turner returned to Coventry, England from France with a Michaux Velocipede, which he presented to his uncle Josiah Turner, manager of the Coventry Sewing Machine Company. Josiah Turner and his business partner James Starley used the Velocipede to create 400 copies known as the Coventry Model. In 1870, Rowley Turner created the “Penny-Farthing” with an enlarged front wheel, the first cycle ever officially referred to as a bicycle. Mr. Turner’s models became extremely popular in England, even as cycling was abandoned elsewhere in the world.
Shapes and Spaces
2011—currentAn ever-changing, always growing personal project. Begun as a simple one-a-day design exercise, #shapesandspaces continues to evolve as I change the parameters with each iteration.