I made this collage in the lead up to Trump’s 2016 election but its message applies even more this time around.(more…)
Between 2012 and 2016, I used the crappy camera on the iPhone I had at the time to shoot any piece of graffiti, tag, or street art in Toronto* that caught my eye and post the shots to Instagram sporadically. Last night, I downloaded my account archive and collected all of them into a single folder. Turns out there are over 250 photos, so I figured I’d publish them in a single post. Really shows how active artists in the city were at the time.(more…)
The 24-hour news cycle makes it feel like danger is always right around the corner. Using a scanner, my face, and hands, I tried to create images representative of this anxiety.(more…)
After some pandemic-induced time away from public gatherings, Dead On brought back the Drink & Draw last night. Since the last time I attended one, they’ve rearranged their space and added a homemade halfpipe. Needless to say, my camera was fond. Great to see some new and familiar faces, and snap away while everyone enjoyed the evening.(more…)
I bought some 1950s/60s-era LIFE magazines a few weeks ago and started cutting pieces out of them. Last night, I scanned a few of them in and began to collage them in photoshop, resulting in these three things.
My latest digital collages. Created with free images with from Unsplash.
Last week I dabbled with a series of photoshop collage art with thoughts of climate change and fossil fuels in mind. I constructed each collage with images from Unsplash – so big thanks to all of the photographers who have uploaded their work for free use.