Saturday, December 26, 2009

Old news, but still a goody, Well Medicated's list of "50 Gig Posters Sure to Inspire" included my first Andrew Bird poster, from 2007. I'm not sure who reads the blog, but I enjoyed that their choices were different than I would have expected. Its nice to see people out there sayign what they like and what they don't! I wish more people had something like that going on...I'd like to see what you all are looking at :))

how does fffffound work anyway?

I may be a silly internet willy nilly, but I still don't exactly understand what fffffound is? A friend showed my an image of mine there,

and I couldn't quite understand it. Hmm. Someone, break my naive bubble?

Friday, November 20, 2009

In two months flat, I am going to be living in Paris for six months. Today I received word from Calarts that they will help to fund my trip. Everything about this is so exciting! I have yet to live abroad, and it seems that support continually is coming out of the woodwork. More news soon, gk

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Zach Condon's shot of my Beirut poster

This is fun. Lomo gave Zach Condon of Beirut at Lomo camera to shoot a diary with, and in his photo journal he included a shot of the poster I made for him in LA of 2008. So awesome! I'd like to give him a high five for that.

article can be found here:

look for the back and forth buttons above the pic in the article, my poster is 36/99. All the photos are really interesting, enjoy!

Interview with Tuckshop

Above is a link to an interview I did with a Blog I really dig, Tuckshop Community Radio News. I got asked questions about the art, and about mac and cheese, which I find to be a good combination.

Dirty Fingernails Design Book!!!

This year I was happy to be included in John Foster's hand-created design collection, Dirty Fingernails. Foster is an American designer, artist, curator, whose work has been applauded in the each fourth corner of the world. This book is a collection of design that is created sans-computer, and presented as a celebration of that. My poster for Califone at the Hideout in Chicago, IL was chosen to be included and I gave a little interview about design and the way I use it. On sale at your local bookstore, or find it on

Check out more on John Foster at

Monday, November 9, 2009

Nightmare on Elm Street!

I just watched the trailer for 2010's "Nightmare on Elm Street", and I caught this guy in the background. Its a super fast clip, but I am excited not only to have my posters in the movie, but also the trailer! Hell yeah! This is the first big feature commercial movie that my work has been included in, and I'm happy that's it is the first story that ever scared me to death. Man, when you're 4, Freddy is the worst kind of scary. More soon, gk