Folding an origami crane is easy if you follow the steps exactly as illustrated. Don’t take any shortcuts, as your crane may not look as shown in Step 3. Illustrating how to fold an origami crane in the least amount of steps – yet solidly … Read More →
Category Archives: prints
The history of Burning Man has always been a complex entity that has survived, nay, mutated over the years. And because of this, it has grown rapidly since its humble beginnings of a simple gathering on a beach. The infographic poster shows only a small … Read More →
A handy chart on dispatching rightly those bumps in the night. 11″ x 14″
With all the recent activities centered directly on top of Oakland, the local residents must remember why they love their fair city. I wish only the best to the the city and its inhabitants on the long term repercussions of actions by specific individuals. May peace eventually … Read More →
Boy meets girl; simple as that, huh? Not so fast there. The loving relationships we have are a complex system of many, well, relations. Boy may meet girl, but he may also already have a wife who has a boyfriend. Relationships are confusing enough and … Read More →
I really hate wood ticks. Absolute hate them. Illustrating this from source files has certainly squicked me out. My unease is your enjoyment.
CERT/NERT (community/neighborhood emergency response team) review cards for use by responders in the field during disasters. Covers incident command, first aid, search and rescue, damage assessment, local and neighborhood maps, and hazard reduction protocols. These laminated emergency cards are your cheat sheet when you’re away from … Read More →
Informational brochure aimed to educate a general Californian audience in addition to a worldwide awareness of the role, responsiblity, and history of the program.
A marketing tool to illustrate the importance of collaboration for AIDS/HIV research. Created and produce by the California AIDS/HIV Research Program to collaborate with other similar entities.
Continuing with the series of Someone Else’s Problems, I wanted to explore the hidden fears we have manifested ourselves or have been nutured through media and government warnings. Rational or not, we believe that such things are possible and are present in our daily lives … Read More →
It didn’t start with Columbine, and it will continue to stir controversy each time it occurs. This furthers the woodblock print series on Someone Else’s Problem in regards to fear. I don’t feel that this is the strongest of the series in regards to final … Read More →
The world around us is filled with many things that we can not observe. People have their personal thoughts, unknown activities happen behind closed doors, contents of boxes remain undiscovered. The author Douglas Adams once wrote about this: SEPs, otherwise known as “someone else’s problems.” … Read More →