Sometimes I make cool things….

I had a lot of people talk to me about my art and how much they liked it and loved the word puns.
I also had a guy come up and say something about being barefoot? I don’t know. But anyway, it was a cool day. 

This is probably one of my favorite videos. So weird. So good. 

Me asking questions that don’t really matter via text because it’s very rare that I actually get texts….. so I just try to keep the conversation going …. hah.

"Why would she text him? People are so silly sometimes…"

"She would ask him questions about movies, songs, etc."

"Oh. Weird. I’d just use google…."

Moral of the story: Google is usually always my answer to all the things/advice/whatever. 



From the Teaching Archives: Anastassia Fulmer (BFA 2012)

Anastassia Fulmer was one of the most prolific and versatile printmaking students I have taught at Stamps School.  Reverently prolific, she produced great many prints, artists books and print installations and, following her graduation, has been working as my studio assistant in my print studio. Here is her clever little artist “woodbook” printed, in the final image, as a woodblock print on Rives BFK, as well onto thinner veneer 1/4” plywood before being cut into 12 smaller blocks to make an artist “woodbook.”  Awesome work Anastassia! -Endi


Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.

(Source: magictransistor)