Friday, June 25, 2010


It's hard to say how many drawings are in my book AGGREGATE. On the back cover, it says "over 150". That was just a big number thrown out there because I knew it was safely over that. But honestly, I think the number is closer to 200 drawings - but that's because there are lots of little doodles and snippets included - and can I rightly count all of those as separate drawings? Probably. But it's not necessary to count every single one - the buyer of one of these books is definitely getting their money's worth if only in amount of things to look at.

But even with how many pieces got put into the book, I have a whole folder of drawings that didn't. Probably another 100 or so drawings I'd say. Picking artwork for the book was mainly about quality - but I also made cuts based on diversity. And some cuts were made, simply because the book is 80 pages long - not 81. Something had to get left behind. So this piece here was to be the drawing on the last page up until pretty late in the game when I did some reshuffling and reworking. Even though it didn't get in, I thought I'd give it an extra life here on the blog. Enjoy!

Saturday, June 19, 2010


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