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I recently worked on a logotype and poster for Real Art Ways’, “Science on Screen” events. These events sound pretty amazing — if you are in the Hartford area, definitely check them out!
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Iggy Pop recently gave a lecture called “Free Music in a Capitalist Society" at the BBC. During the talk, he discussed the current state of the music industry and the pervasive nature of music piracy. One stand out quote is, "when it comes to art, money is an unimportant detail. It just happens to be a huge one unimportant detail." Reading this transcript from the lecture made me realize I hadn’t listened to the Stooges in a while. So I did that. The line in this drawing comes from the song, Search and Destroy. I have no idea how I haven’t drawn this yet. 

PS: Have you seen my Zero Flux Given shirt on Cotton Bureau? If you want one of these there are only 9 more days to order! 

Prints and more available through Society6. / Daily Drawing #1738.
Today I launched a new shirt with Cotton Bureau. This design is currently a pre-order, we’ll need to sell a minimum of 12 shirts for it to go to print. If you want to grab one of these make sure you order before sales close in 14 days — tell your friends!

The design is available on men’s and women’s American Apparel shirts.
Prints and more available through Society6. / Daily Drawing #1734.
Recently Lewis Black worked with the ACLU on a campaign against voter suppression. This line comes from Black, you can watch the video {here}.

Prints and more available through Society6. / Daily Drawing #1732.
Yesterday Louis C.K. tweeted some ideas he had about the origins of life on earth. He wondered if maybe we originated on Mars, but then ruined the planet and had to find a new home. After his series of tweets about these ideas he posted, “I’m not high.”

Prints and more available through Society6. / Daily Drawing #1732.
Today’s daily drawing is also my piece for the ARTCRANK Boston show taking place next Saturday! This is an 18”x24”, 3-color screenprint (printed locally by James Weinberg). The posters will be available at the ARTCRANK show, remaining posters(if there are) will be available here.

Prints and more available through Society6. / Daily Drawing #1731.