My friends at DRAW A LINE have officially opened shop! It’s an honor to be included among the first roster of artists they’ve worked with.
Last summer I traveled to Berlin to work with them on the “Counter Balance” print.
While there, we talked about my previous work experiences, and my decision to focus on making art.
“With art I feel, it is responding to the moment: you have an idea and you make a mark and you have all this new feedback. Now you want to make new decisions. It’s about making a decision in the moment. You can’t change the course of action with science, but with art you can do whatever you want. Actually I’m not gonna make it red I gonna make it blue. It’s completely different.
However, I feel like in a lot of ways science influenced the way that I focus on doing things or working at a certain scale.”
Visit their site to read the full interview…
The “Counter Balance” print is available here ….
I’m honored to be included in the roster of talented artists working with Draw A Line, my friends’ new print house out of Berlin.
Stay tuned in the following days for a release of what we have been working on.
Check out a preview of the work and the artists:
More at Draw A Line …
Featuring; Jurne, Much and Hope4.
Cut: Jurne and Lea Bruno Photography.
The latest Ironlak BBQ burners went down 100 miles SW of the Twin Cities, Minnesota. The morning kicked off with a long drive through heavy rainstorms to the wall. As everyone arrived, the clouds parted, the sun broke through, and the spraygods declared it a day to rejoice. Afternoon sketch ups turned into evening fill-ins, then nighttime outlining under the stars; making it a full day and night of BBQing, plenty of beer, and benching freights as they rolled northwest towards the Dakotas and beyond.
Fellow spray patternists include: Hope4, River, Nmph, Jurne, Much (who painted a piece for NEKST), Alamo, Oter, Ergot and Earth.
Thanks to Much and his wife for whipping up a batch of marvellous skewers for the day….