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Visual Inspiration & Reference

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prettycolors:

#916e8f
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prettycolors:

#ff0000
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prettycolors:

#1139ee
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design-is-fine:

Peter Behrens, poster artwork for filament lamps, 1910. AEG, Germany. © Photo: Kunstbibliothek der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin 
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mcmintea:

This chapbook is finally done!! After 13 weeks of preparing, designing, collaborating, setting type, preparing photo polymer plates, printing on the press ~ its done !! 

I’d want to thank Team Gold ~ Jeeyoung Choi & Amber Chen!
Special thanks to the poet ~ Rachel Kaminer, and to the instructors ~ Gloria Kondrup, Steve Turk, and Dennis Phillips!

I will post more photos of the entire book as soon as I photograph them all, but for now heres a little sneak peak!! 

mc
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samhiti:

DOG LEGS
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californian-western-civilization:

New 
californian-western-civilization:

New 
californian-western-civilization:

New 
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mariettapk:

seriously, if you ever needed a reason to play mother 3, just look at its enemy descriptions
mariettapk:

seriously, if you ever needed a reason to play mother 3, just look at its enemy descriptions
mariettapk:

seriously, if you ever needed a reason to play mother 3, just look at its enemy descriptions
mariettapk:

seriously, if you ever needed a reason to play mother 3, just look at its enemy descriptions
mariettapk:

seriously, if you ever needed a reason to play mother 3, just look at its enemy descriptions
mariettapk:

seriously, if you ever needed a reason to play mother 3, just look at its enemy descriptions
mariettapk:

seriously, if you ever needed a reason to play mother 3, just look at its enemy descriptions
mariettapk:

seriously, if you ever needed a reason to play mother 3, just look at its enemy descriptions
mariettapk:

seriously, if you ever needed a reason to play mother 3, just look at its enemy descriptions
mariettapk:

seriously, if you ever needed a reason to play mother 3, just look at its enemy descriptions
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dominobooks:

illusainter:

My Dad , Jack, and me in 1952 the year before he died. 28 years later I began a comic strip called “Jack Survives” In 2013 I bought the childhood home that we lived in and I did my art in the cellar and Dad sometimes watched me paint. He was very supportive and proud of my ability considering the fact that he was a working class man with a 10th grade education. I was 15 when he died. I think Dad would have approved of my life as an artist in NYC for 55 years and that I now own and live in the house he last lived in. My Mom sold our house in 1958 and different families lived here over the years until I was able to buy it in 2013. My best paintings have been about this house and my family when we lived here all done from memory. The first time I saw it again since 1958 was 2013. Guess I will now start memory paintings about the artist loft I lived and worked in on w.28th St NYC for the past 50 years.  If you are interested in my work go to my youtube channel at  amereillustrator74
thanks for reading this blog……..Jerry Moriarty 

Jerry Moriarty on tumblr!
dominobooks:

illusainter:

My Dad , Jack, and me in 1952 the year before he died. 28 years later I began a comic strip called “Jack Survives” In 2013 I bought the childhood home that we lived in and I did my art in the cellar and Dad sometimes watched me paint. He was very supportive and proud of my ability considering the fact that he was a working class man with a 10th grade education. I was 15 when he died. I think Dad would have approved of my life as an artist in NYC for 55 years and that I now own and live in the house he last lived in. My Mom sold our house in 1958 and different families lived here over the years until I was able to buy it in 2013. My best paintings have been about this house and my family when we lived here all done from memory. The first time I saw it again since 1958 was 2013. Guess I will now start memory paintings about the artist loft I lived and worked in on w.28th St NYC for the past 50 years.  If you are interested in my work go to my youtube channel at  amereillustrator74
thanks for reading this blog……..Jerry Moriarty 

Jerry Moriarty on tumblr!
dominobooks:

illusainter:

My Dad , Jack, and me in 1952 the year before he died. 28 years later I began a comic strip called “Jack Survives” In 2013 I bought the childhood home that we lived in and I did my art in the cellar and Dad sometimes watched me paint. He was very supportive and proud of my ability considering the fact that he was a working class man with a 10th grade education. I was 15 when he died. I think Dad would have approved of my life as an artist in NYC for 55 years and that I now own and live in the house he last lived in. My Mom sold our house in 1958 and different families lived here over the years until I was able to buy it in 2013. My best paintings have been about this house and my family when we lived here all done from memory. The first time I saw it again since 1958 was 2013. Guess I will now start memory paintings about the artist loft I lived and worked in on w.28th St NYC for the past 50 years.  If you are interested in my work go to my youtube channel at  amereillustrator74
thanks for reading this blog……..Jerry Moriarty 

Jerry Moriarty on tumblr!
dominobooks:

illusainter:

My Dad , Jack, and me in 1952 the year before he died. 28 years later I began a comic strip called “Jack Survives” In 2013 I bought the childhood home that we lived in and I did my art in the cellar and Dad sometimes watched me paint. He was very supportive and proud of my ability considering the fact that he was a working class man with a 10th grade education. I was 15 when he died. I think Dad would have approved of my life as an artist in NYC for 55 years and that I now own and live in the house he last lived in. My Mom sold our house in 1958 and different families lived here over the years until I was able to buy it in 2013. My best paintings have been about this house and my family when we lived here all done from memory. The first time I saw it again since 1958 was 2013. Guess I will now start memory paintings about the artist loft I lived and worked in on w.28th St NYC for the past 50 years.  If you are interested in my work go to my youtube channel at  amereillustrator74
thanks for reading this blog……..Jerry Moriarty 

Jerry Moriarty on tumblr!
dominobooks:

illusainter:

My Dad , Jack, and me in 1952 the year before he died. 28 years later I began a comic strip called “Jack Survives” In 2013 I bought the childhood home that we lived in and I did my art in the cellar and Dad sometimes watched me paint. He was very supportive and proud of my ability considering the fact that he was a working class man with a 10th grade education. I was 15 when he died. I think Dad would have approved of my life as an artist in NYC for 55 years and that I now own and live in the house he last lived in. My Mom sold our house in 1958 and different families lived here over the years until I was able to buy it in 2013. My best paintings have been about this house and my family when we lived here all done from memory. The first time I saw it again since 1958 was 2013. Guess I will now start memory paintings about the artist loft I lived and worked in on w.28th St NYC for the past 50 years.  If you are interested in my work go to my youtube channel at  amereillustrator74
thanks for reading this blog……..Jerry Moriarty 

Jerry Moriarty on tumblr!
dominobooks:

illusainter:

My Dad , Jack, and me in 1952 the year before he died. 28 years later I began a comic strip called “Jack Survives” In 2013 I bought the childhood home that we lived in and I did my art in the cellar and Dad sometimes watched me paint. He was very supportive and proud of my ability considering the fact that he was a working class man with a 10th grade education. I was 15 when he died. I think Dad would have approved of my life as an artist in NYC for 55 years and that I now own and live in the house he last lived in. My Mom sold our house in 1958 and different families lived here over the years until I was able to buy it in 2013. My best paintings have been about this house and my family when we lived here all done from memory. The first time I saw it again since 1958 was 2013. Guess I will now start memory paintings about the artist loft I lived and worked in on w.28th St NYC for the past 50 years.  If you are interested in my work go to my youtube channel at  amereillustrator74
thanks for reading this blog……..Jerry Moriarty 

Jerry Moriarty on tumblr!
dominobooks:

illusainter:

My Dad , Jack, and me in 1952 the year before he died. 28 years later I began a comic strip called “Jack Survives” In 2013 I bought the childhood home that we lived in and I did my art in the cellar and Dad sometimes watched me paint. He was very supportive and proud of my ability considering the fact that he was a working class man with a 10th grade education. I was 15 when he died. I think Dad would have approved of my life as an artist in NYC for 55 years and that I now own and live in the house he last lived in. My Mom sold our house in 1958 and different families lived here over the years until I was able to buy it in 2013. My best paintings have been about this house and my family when we lived here all done from memory. The first time I saw it again since 1958 was 2013. Guess I will now start memory paintings about the artist loft I lived and worked in on w.28th St NYC for the past 50 years.  If you are interested in my work go to my youtube channel at  amereillustrator74
thanks for reading this blog……..Jerry Moriarty 

Jerry Moriarty on tumblr!
dominobooks:

illusainter:

My Dad , Jack, and me in 1952 the year before he died. 28 years later I began a comic strip called “Jack Survives” In 2013 I bought the childhood home that we lived in and I did my art in the cellar and Dad sometimes watched me paint. He was very supportive and proud of my ability considering the fact that he was a working class man with a 10th grade education. I was 15 when he died. I think Dad would have approved of my life as an artist in NYC for 55 years and that I now own and live in the house he last lived in. My Mom sold our house in 1958 and different families lived here over the years until I was able to buy it in 2013. My best paintings have been about this house and my family when we lived here all done from memory. The first time I saw it again since 1958 was 2013. Guess I will now start memory paintings about the artist loft I lived and worked in on w.28th St NYC for the past 50 years.  If you are interested in my work go to my youtube channel at  amereillustrator74
thanks for reading this blog……..Jerry Moriarty 

Jerry Moriarty on tumblr!
dominobooks:

illusainter:

My Dad , Jack, and me in 1952 the year before he died. 28 years later I began a comic strip called “Jack Survives” In 2013 I bought the childhood home that we lived in and I did my art in the cellar and Dad sometimes watched me paint. He was very supportive and proud of my ability considering the fact that he was a working class man with a 10th grade education. I was 15 when he died. I think Dad would have approved of my life as an artist in NYC for 55 years and that I now own and live in the house he last lived in. My Mom sold our house in 1958 and different families lived here over the years until I was able to buy it in 2013. My best paintings have been about this house and my family when we lived here all done from memory. The first time I saw it again since 1958 was 2013. Guess I will now start memory paintings about the artist loft I lived and worked in on w.28th St NYC for the past 50 years.  If you are interested in my work go to my youtube channel at  amereillustrator74
thanks for reading this blog……..Jerry Moriarty 

Jerry Moriarty on tumblr!
dominobooks:

illusainter:

My Dad , Jack, and me in 1952 the year before he died. 28 years later I began a comic strip called “Jack Survives” In 2013 I bought the childhood home that we lived in and I did my art in the cellar and Dad sometimes watched me paint. He was very supportive and proud of my ability considering the fact that he was a working class man with a 10th grade education. I was 15 when he died. I think Dad would have approved of my life as an artist in NYC for 55 years and that I now own and live in the house he last lived in. My Mom sold our house in 1958 and different families lived here over the years until I was able to buy it in 2013. My best paintings have been about this house and my family when we lived here all done from memory. The first time I saw it again since 1958 was 2013. Guess I will now start memory paintings about the artist loft I lived and worked in on w.28th St NYC for the past 50 years.  If you are interested in my work go to my youtube channel at  amereillustrator74
thanks for reading this blog……..Jerry Moriarty 

Jerry Moriarty on tumblr!