Archive for October, 2012

2013 teaser…

Posted in 2013 on October 25, 2012 by drawingsubscription

In one week, the studio will be unavailing the 2013 Drawing Subscription. I thought this composition by Spektr would be a great way to taunt you all until then…

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October

Posted in 2012, Surface Disruption on October 15, 2012 by drawingsubscription

 

Surface Disruption, Vincent Como, Drawing Subscription

Surface Disruption 10 has now made its way out of the studio to the 2012 subscribers!  This series is Toner on Vellum, folded with archival double-sided tape.  All works begin with an 8.5 x 11 inch page of perfect black space, which then succumbs to the weight of its own history, collapsing the purity of the monochrome surface.  (ed 12/12 pictured)

Daily Affirmation

Posted in Other Blackness on October 10, 2012 by drawingsubscription

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Coming up on 2013…

Posted in 2013 on October 10, 2012 by drawingsubscription

Assuming the close of the 13th Baktun on December 21st of this year doesn’t actually destroy the world as we know it, I’m planning on continuing the Drawing Subscription for next year. We’ll open the floodgates for subscribers on November 1st as we’ve done for the past 2 years and see what comes to pass. Surface Disruption has been a great deal of fun and the response from subscribers has been one of consistent joy and surprise.

 
To keep you all guessing until November arrives in a few weeks, some of the things I’ve been consistently thinking of, which may or may not make there way into the 2013 series are, in no particular order:  Spectres, Enlightenment, Emil Cioran, Necrosis, Annihilation, Failure, Thomas Ligotti, Redacted Documents, Dying Stars, Veneration, and Despair. Of course, the common threads of Black, Minimalism, and Modernity are and always will be somewhat present at hand in the works.

 
If not beforehand, come back after November 1st to see what’s planned (and to order a subscription for yourself, of course). Until then…