My illustrations have appeared in numerous publications, in magazines, newspapers and books such as (partial list) The Progressive, Tikkun, The Source, Mumia Abu-Jamal’s All Things Censored(Seven Stories Press), The Quotable Rebel..Political Quotations for Dangerous Times (Common Courage Press), World War 3 Illustrated, the Amsterdam News, Squatter Comixs, the City Sun, the Shadow, Voices of Resistance from Occupied London (An Anarchist Journal of Theory and Action), Chimurenga Magazine (South Africa), Madburger and Warburger Comix (Slovenia), The Black Panther Community News Service, High Times Magazine, Wobblies! A Graphic History of the Industrial Workers of the World (Verso), The Guardian Radical Newsweekly, and African-American Graphic Classics(Eureka Productions)
I have exhibited (partial list) my work in New York City at ABC NO RIO, School of Visual Arts, Theater for the New City, Issue Project Room, Umbrella Haus, and the Cathedral of St. John the Divine (“The Value of Water”); as well as at Bd Amadora in Portugal, the Babel Festival in Athens, Greece; the HU10 Underground Festival in Milan, Italy; the Forte Presentino in Rome; BlackWaxx in Jersey City, New Jersey; and the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. (“Timely and Timeless”).
IX XI MMI….This heroically scaled book collects eight tumultuously emotional pen-and-ink images of the events of 9/11, first seen in issue 32 of World War 3 Illustrated. This work was featured in the group show “Reactions” at the Exit Art gallery in New York City in early 2002. The original drawings were subsequently purchased by the Library of Congress for its permanent collection
The book measures approximately 11 by 13 inches, with 22-inch pages spreads. The images are letterpress-printed from magnesium plates, with text in lead type, onto Rives heavyweight paper. The end sheets are of bllod-red Moriki, with laminated jet-black buckram covers. The folios are pamphlet-stitched. All production was overseen by Booklyn’s resident printer and book designer, Mark Wagner.
IX XI MMI is also in the permanent collections of….
- Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
- University of Minnesota, Elmer L. Anderson library
- University of Colorado, Boulder
- Reed College, Portland, OR
- University of Louisville, Kentucky, Art Library
- Brooklyn Museum of Art
- University of Chicago
- Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY
- University of Vermont, Burlington
I am a native New Yorker living in the East Village.