2019 06 Newsletter

Some Highlights from June 2019

Here is my sketchbook work for the month. Follow me on Vimeo to see process videos of them as well. Print out a zine of this artwork. Get this art on Redbubble gear.

Here are my Line Art Portraits for the month. Print out a zine of this work. Get this art on Redbubble gear.

Check out the poetry zine I made this month.  It’s about existential dread

This painting, Turning Violet, will be a part of the Blueberries show at Public Pool in Hamtramck in July 2019. Come by and check it out if you’re in town.

I just ordered a tiny sketchbook from the Brooklyn Art Library. This is a really cool project. I participated in 2018 with a regular-sized sketchbook. Check out that sketchbook here.

I started messing around with online sequencers. Check out my first couple of beats here.

Here is the subscription box for June.

If you’d like to support me on a continuous regular basis you can set up a monthly donation to my art supply fund. Below are all the levels of regular donation you can contribute, everything over a dollar comes with rewards. If you’d like to make a one-time contribution go here.

Here are some of my favorite Thought Portal posts of June.

Luchita Hurtado reflects on her eight-decade-long career.

A great article on a book series I love, Murderbot.

Muralist paid by the city of Detroit to make art, harassed by Detroit police.

Henry Rollins on toxic masculinity in America.

Ta-Nehisi Coates and the terrorism that proceeded the civil war.

Leonora Carrington and surrealist narratives.

this story is bananas and you should click on the link to see how it ends.

Are you suffering from Existential Dread?

Any time I try to talk to someone about the HBO show, Chernobyl, and they say “Russia hates it” it lets me know that they get all of their information in 30 second sound bites and don’t actually take the time to learn anything. Read a book, or you know, start with this podcast made by the creator of the show.

The Bartleby of domestic work.

The story behind the Guggenheim.

A new podcast, The Last Bohemians.

A zombie movie made by Indigenous People.