1. hicandhoc:

    Here’s a new logo by V.A. Graham & J.A. Eisenhower, AKA Most Ancient — whose book Scaffold Volume I will be debuting at SPX from Hic & Hoc.

    The Scaffold collection is almost here! Jesse designed this logo for Hic & Hoc to go on the back cover.

  2. Oculus VR’s DK2 is the second iteration of a virtual reality mask intended to be used by software developers, though lots of enthusiastic video gamers are buying them just for kicks. We’ve been working on some 3D world stuff of our own so we’re excited to have one of these kits to experiment with.

    After messing around with it for a while yesterday, I’d say it’s like scuba diving with a mask you bought at Pick ‘n Save. The first few moments are completely thrilling. But the slight physical discomfort, the limited visual fidelity and the rigmarole of setting up the kit, all add to the feeling that you’re very stubbornly trying to have an experience. Eventually you get to a place where you can take it for what it is: practically miraculous, obviously going to change everything.

  3. Sketches for a chase theme comic I made. Gonna be part of the 3rd Gridlords Anothlogy.

  4. I’m teaching a screen printing class next month at Kala Art Institute. These are photos from my last action packed class. Still a few spots open.
    Kala Art Institute, 1060 Heinz Avenue, Berkeley
    Thursdays, August 7, 14, 21, & 28, 6:30-9:30pm
  5. 60 minute masterpiece I made for Southern Exposure’s monster drawing rally. There was one more but it went to the auction block before i could capture it.

  6. Made these stamps for a map-making workshop at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.

  7. Studio work. 5-color screen print.


  8. 45in x 99in

    lino-print and ink on gampi paper collage

    commission for shakewell restaurant


  9. This framed art work is going to the FFDG Gallery on Mission St. Part of the Paper & Pressure show that opens on the 21st, Sat & Sun print sale. Closing party is on 26th 5-8.

  10. found this in the archive, a flyer for the Bonus Map installation I did way back in 2008. Jesse designed it, I provided the patterns.