Tuesday, March 25, 2014


Big thank you to everyone who came out last Thursday to check out the opening for Analog! There was a great turn out, and both Andy and I appreciate all the support. If you weren't able to attend the opening, the artwork will remain on display through April 6. I've posted a few samples from my body of work at the show below. 

There are also hand pulled screen prints available for purchase at the gallery; a triptych in editions of 3 available in two different papers/colour ways. See below:

Monday, March 10, 2014

Mesmo Kabuki // Analog

Looking for something to do March 20th? Swing by #Hashtag Gallery to see a split show featuring the talented Andy Kittmer (artwork pictured above) and myself! Not looking for something to do? Come by and have a drink with us anyway, and check out some sweet art. Among many new works on display, I will be releasing an edition of 20" x 30" prints in a series titled Mesmo Kabuki. Available in metallic gold on one of two hand printed Nepalese paper stocks, there will be three designs in the series. 

I've attached some photos of me and my homie Carson Wong hard at work starting to screen the prints. Big shout out to him for all his help in setting up the station and giving me a crash course in screening! Stay tuned for more details!

Tuesday, March 04, 2014


Wysp recently unveiled a new initiative called WorkSight, which is a project to facilitate the application of public art on construction hoarding. Along with our partners in the project at the PATCH Project and our printers, we look for the artist who best fits the aesthetic of a given neighbourhood or project and help to fulfill the need for developers to devote a portion (or all of) their safety hoarding to public art. 

We held an event at Toronto city hall last Wednesday, and as creative director at Wysp I was in heaven designing all the WorkSight branding and collateral. I also designed and programmed a simple website for the project. Below are a few pics from the event!

If you're an artist who is interested in being considered for a mural project, a developer with questions about the idea and how we actually implement the plan, or you'd just like to know more about the initiative visit www.worksight.ca or drop me a line!