I made this poster in 2011 for a large exhibition called Interbike. It was a selection of artists chosen from around the world to display posters at this large bicycle convention. For this show I created Infinite, which was meant to be an abstract, artistic version of my dream bicycle.
I was influenced by the first patented diagram sketch of the human velocipede and was inspired at how revolutionary the idea was. The centuries-old invention had solid form and purpose to allow for a future of infinite possibilities in design, manufacturing, interpretation, art and travel. This new diagram is of a revolutionary bicycle, portraying kinetic art, expression and possibility.
What is cool to me is the process. I started by sketching a simple and basic bike form very loosely with bits of detail and movement. From there I make lots of pieces, shapes, pattern, lines, curves, etc in the computer and start combining and overlapping them to fit within the bike form. I’ll completely over-complicate things and create a hodgepodge of messy—but will eventually start taking away bits and pieces to simplify and balance.
The print is a 4-color screenprint on French Pop-Tone Whip Cream paper, measuring 18x24. Printed by Steady Print Shop Co.
I now have this poster for sale on artcrank.com for a very limited time. PURCHASE HERE. After this sale, I won't have many of this small edition of prints left! Get it in time for the holidays!
Dug through some archives for this old ribbon lettering I did a few years back with Target.
Reusing some of my old work in some new ways. Here are some scraps of holiday cheer.
I just finished a large wall mural piece that will go in the MSP airport. Keep an eye out for it at the Explore Afar shop.
A couple years back I worked with the SC Johnson company on a logo for their Thanksgiving campaign. I keep seeing it pop up here and there this season. I thought I'd show a little process on that project. Hope we're all feeling thankful and gracious and recognizing all that is important around us.