Posters, Prints and Proofs > from Pete's personal collection of mine and other artists. Including wild posts I created in my college days, work over the 20+ year span, rare 60s posters from Venice Beach & San Francisco.
Thanks so much to everyone that made it out for the opening and making it a super fun night.
The show will remain up until Nov. 15th. You're welcome to swing by Monday - Friday from 9 - 5pm > Nemo Design 1875 SE Belmont
Posters, Prints and Proofs > Music, Event, Political Posters, Art Prints, Drawings from the 60's to Present and Crack Press Art + Design studio projects > Artists | Designers featured in the show include Earl Newman, Tyler Stout, Mike King, Jim Riswold, Art Chantry, Rob-o McCallum, Borders Perrin Norrander, W+K and more.
Most work is avaliable for purchase > Find something you like, please email me for more info
December 2014 - I had the wonderful opportunity to work directly with the School of Dentistry Deans and Marquam Hill Art Committee to create a mural in their new home, the Skourtes Tower - in the heart of the newly revitalized southwest waterfront area.
Bottom image: Tools of the trade
Paint-By-Numbers Last Supper serigraph print edition. 42.5" x 85", printed by hand. Final prints going through the press 100+ times. Created between 2003-2006 for artist Jim Riswold
Posters for the Portland rock band The West
Custom serigraph poster prints created for the traveling REI Village. The brand type, Anderson 1938, I created used throughout the activation.
Art Yard Sale - an event to create scholarships at PNCA.
The DOP (The Doors of Perception) was a Doors tribute band in Portland from 2004 -2006.
6 panel artwork of Adidas athletes created exclusively for the US HQ campus
Custom serigraph print on canvas
2 color print on maple plywood
Design: Zach Perkins | Water Ave. Coffee
Hand lettering and serigraph print created at the Museum of Arts and Design, NYC 2016
I made these coozies in celebration of my 25 years in the biz.
Gotta have one? Gimme a hollah.
Serigraph print project for PNCA Printmaking residency 2008. Each black line represented 10,000 lives. At the time McCain was running for President of the United States of America he was denying the total estimated amount of casualties in the Iraq conflict.