Produced for TXTbooks from 2014-Present. A number of these have been exhibited annually at the New York Art Book Fair and sporadically at other zine fairs across North America. Many of these titles are (or have been) for sale at Printed Matter and Draw-Down books among others.
No Scroll ZoneMotivational? hardware store poster series based on Home Depot (Hillman Sign Center) posters and bad critiques of how we currently use the internet. Available at txtbooks.us
Don't Watch Me DancingChapbook designed for Ryan Carson as the second entry into the TXTbooks chapbook series. "Only literary in the way that to look at anything and to be moved to anger is to be a poet in America."
Love PoemsChapbook designed for Annie Paradis and the inaugural entry into the TXTbooks chapbook series. Love poems is a collection of meditations on relationships.
Redrover Redrover32 page photo zine designed for Jake Winans.
Nothing Really HappenedA game of visual telephone with Jack Nachmanovitch, Mike Finkelstein, and myself.
Mnemonic PlagueAn attempt to hollow-out and rebuild the structure of the Mnemonic device, a first-letter memorization structure, to create something more esoteric in its place. Each poem follows the structure M-N-E-M-O-N-I-C-P-L-A-G-U-E.
I Also Have A Magical KingdomA petulant non-rebuttal to Adventure Time and other animated shows with my own, arguably worse kingdom. Was featured on Printed Matter's Contemporary Illustration table.
Everything Keeps Going Horribly WrongDigital finger paintings recounting the tragic and repeated deflation of Florentijn Hofman's world famous "Rubber Duck" sculpture.
Foot TensionExploring the proximity and caged animal syndrome of New York's subway system through relationships between the feet of fellow riders and myself. Hostile feet in red, my feet in blue.
For SaleA zine exploring the visual language of garage sales and flea markets. It aims to apply the standard store-bought graphic systems in the manner of the chaos they attempt to cut-through.
Commute AlorsA collection of poetry written during my commute to-and-from my internship at NYC design studio Zut Alors! The series is an attempt to take note of my first true commuting experience and the harsh transition into the people-grinding subway system. Much of the collection follows a stream of consciousness picking up on observations of a yet-to-be-dulled commuter (myself at the time).
Face BookA fraction of the massive amount of metadata and user information created during my now 8 years membership of social media platform Facebook. This book holds IP addresses, Advertising Data, Access Logs, and more from the select period of March 2014. Each unit of data corresponds 1-to-1 with a singe sheet of printer paper in an attempt to draw notice to the often neglected volume of data we unknowingly produce and surrender to communications giants. Featured on Library of the Printed Web. 256 p.
there's always another around the bend...