Click to read a nice write-up of my poster work by Jeff Gordinier in the New York Times Diner’s Journal
I’ve been playing around with this poster idea all week. Canalé is one of my favorite restaurants in Los Angeles, and it reminds me of another favorite restaurants from years ago in Paris. That restaurant was called Deux Vignes or Les Vignes, I don’t remember, exactly, probably due to the quantity of wine that was put away with every meal.
Here’s a poster I did for Eric Greenspan, executive chef and owner at the Foundry on Melrose. Greespan has also has appeared on Food Network’s “The Next Iron Chef” and is running the kitchen at the Roof on Wilshire. He is expected to open Greenspan’s Grilled Cheese this month next to the Foundry.
An exhibition of artworks and ephemera produced by or in tandem with the Colby Poster Printing Company, Los Angeles. Exhibition: February 23– March 23
Los Angeles – (From the Press Release February 13, 2013) Two months after the closing of the Colby Poster Printing Company, ForYourArt announces In the Good Name of the Company, an exhibition of artworks, posters and ephemera produced by or in tandem with the iconic L.A. printer. Continue reading
Inspired by my passion for food and recent work with chefs, I have been working on a series of limited edition prints inspired by seasonal foods.
I recently found these transparencies (remember those?) from my exhibition at The Claremont Graduate School. Click to view larger images.