Rip Patch

July 12th, 2013

A new round of patches has been made. Smaller, single skull designs in black, red and gold – already available for the past year or two, but not yet available online, these skulls were found in Greece. Whats new is the combination of textured material on an asymmetrical, distressed backing, I like to call Rip Patch. I come across a lot of jagged edges in my line of work, using recycled, repurposed and upcycled material like denim and cotton jersey. This happy accident will be available on this site and via Etsy soon, not to mention at trunk shows across New York and wherever else I manage to travel. “Rip the veins from human necks, Until they’re wet with life ”
Creepy Rock and Roll Screen Print Patch, Rip Patch 001, Skull, by Mark Splatter

Poster Print – ‘Melancholia I’

May 30th, 2013

After having spent the month with the Count di Cagliostro on his travels by way of a fascinating biography, we celebrate the end of the journey (but not the voyage) with a limited edition poster print of the allegorical ‘Melancholia’. In honor of this master scientist, alchemist, spiritualist, adventurer, vagabond not to mention several other venerated titles, this print by Albrecht Dürer illustrates the ‘tools of the trade’ inherent in the philosophy and art of the middle ages. I present a small run (4 of 6 made) of posters apx. 22″x29″ on heavy white paper in black ink, hand screenprinted by myself. Ships in a cardboard tube, In the US or international with an additional personalized gift. $35 plus $12 us, $20 int.