Author Archives: will

The King Beneath

Hey There!! Its been a while since I used this old thing, but times are changing and I’m getting back into the game after a crazy year of making movies, causing problems, and discovering the meaning of life. Somehow I’ve … Continue reading

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Painting Windows at Parsons

So I painted these two windows in the gallery for our Senior Show and the school asked me to paint a third one after the show ended.  I’m really excited that they’re gonna keep them up! Here they are – … Continue reading

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T-Shirt Time

I made a bunch of T-Shirts to sell for the Bond family at our Senior Show opening reception, and they all sold out!  I had 3 designs, all printed from woodcuts.  Here are my friends Julie and Cecilia wearing 2 … Continue reading

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SEA BEAST

Last week of college ever . . . so much work . . . must share Sea Beast print . . . Woodcut, 24″x18″

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American Illustration 30, boosh

I got two pieces from my Parsons Thesis Project into American Illustration 30, an illustration annual with a ton of great work from all over the country (and France apparently, go Yann! http://www.yannkebbi.com/).  Not much else to say, I’m really … Continue reading

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Society of Illustrators Student Show

So I’ve known about this for a while, but the actual show is coming up, so I thought I should remind all of you internet people about it.  One of my pieces for my Parsons thesis got into the Society … Continue reading

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Lord of the Unreal 1

This a big woodcut that I just finished.  It is stage one of the visual component of my thesis for Eugene Lang College.  I plan on adding other elements to make it work better conceptually with the written part of … Continue reading

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