I’ve just launched a new collaboration with the awesome folks over at Betabrand. It’s a houndstooth pattern that I glitched out using various databending techniques (JPG, PNG, and other sneaky tricks). The end result is large swatches of what I call Houndstoof Glitch fabric.
Thanks to Betabrand, these are now available as one of a kind shirts and dresses. Due to the glitch nature of the pattern, each item should a one of a kind piece. I highly recommend picking up one at the early bird pricing while it lasts. You can find them here.
And of course it’s also a great time to also pick up a set of my Betabrand Glitch Socks!
“Toy Electro” is a new zine collecting some of my black and white lo-fi photography. All of the shots in this zine were taken on my Digital Harinezumi, an extremely low tech camera that has surprisingly charming results. You can see my Harinezumi review here:
This Sunday I’ll be tabling at the SF Zine Fest, where I’ll be publically selling Toy Electro for the first time (along with my other photo zines, comics, wallets, and art). For those of you who can’t make it to Zine Fest, I’m selling the print version of this zine on Etsy for just $6. Or you can download the digital version from Gumroad for just $2. Here are some of the Harinezumi shots from the book: … →
Last year I took a trip to NYC with the sole purpose of taking enough photos to fill the 2nd issue of my American Analog zine. So far, the only pics I’ve shared have been of The Pigeon Guy, who also graces the cover of this issue, but now that the zine is out I thought it would be great to share a few of the NYC images I’ve been sitting on. … →
Thanks to some Craigslist luck, I scored a few extra bulbs and screens for my Gocco printer. Already sitting a box of unused supplies, I promised myself I’d use these pieces to help make some art for friends and local businesses… to help spread the Gocco love. I used the first of my Craigslist score to make some prints with Leef from Mission Comics, as a special gift to his Kickstarter backers. We had a blast making these and couldn’t be any happier with the result.