This is a sampling of posters I created between 1987 and 1992, at CalArts (California Institute of the Arts) and later in Chicago. Silk-screened posters were usually done in the wee hours. I remember going to bed one time for an hour before our graduate seminar, only to have my dreams dominated by cinematic, close-up images of ink sloshing through the screen. While printing posters for my thesis project, I ran into a wall in the darkroom and acquired a neat little gash in the middle of my forehead.
Later on, I continued augmenting my graphic design with other skills. My typeface designs, my photos, my illustrations, and more recently, my source code — sometimes for economy’s sake, other times because I wanted it that way.