The subjects of my prints and greeting cards are influenced by my sense of humor and love of Southern culture, bikes, and typography. Writing is the most fun and difficult part of creating new designs. I try to keep it clever and witty but sometimes genuine emotions are important, too. I hope to create work that makes people smile and laugh their asses off.
Each linocut print I make is created using a linoleum block that I carve with tools I inherited from my grandfather. I sign and number each hand-made print. The pressure created by the etching press leaves an impression in the American-made cotton paper that adds depth and character.
My greeting cards are letterpress printed in Florida by the super talented team at Mama’s Sauce Print Shoppe. Whether it be birthdays, anniversaries, a wedding, or the holidays, I aim to create cards that are snarky and witty but also appropriate to the occasion and only slightly offensive to your grandmother.