As the bricks fall at Honest Ed's, I've restocked the tribute zine, "Goodbye, Ed." It's available here online + at the Spacing Store in downtown Toronto... BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE! There was a press error with a handful of copies that led to a white stripe on the cover, so I've got these "irregular" issues available for less than half price ($6!) if you're pinched for cash but still want one. Contact me directly for a deal. 😂 📚
This is the final week for Time Stands Still at IX Gallery in Toronto. The exhibit features work by yours truly, as well as local artists Bryan Wilcox, and Louis Au. The 6 pieces I've chosen for this show are from my recent series, "I came looking for you..." which is featured in Doublecrossed Issue O1. A copy of the zine is also on display at the gallery.
If you can't make it out, you can preview and purchase any of these works online in the PRINTS section. Each is a signed and numbered edition of only 20.
Thanks, as always, for your support!
Today is another 1 year anniversary of an amazing day for the Buzzing Lights Project...
A couple months after the Buzzing Lights book had been released into the wild last year, I got a call from CBC Radio's Q program. Not one, but two(!) producers had pitched the book as a story idea worth covering, and so, it was decided that I needed to be on the show, pronto. I was thrilled and honoured. Later that week, I swung by CBC headquarters and had a great chat with Tom Power live on air. Listen here or download the Nov 30, 2016 episode of Q on your favourite podcast app.
I'll be showing new work from Issue 01 in a group show this November.
The exhibit is free and open Mon-Fri, starting Nov 21st, 2017 and running until December 8th, 2017 at IX Gallery in Toronto, Canada. There will also be an opening reception on Nov 23rd from 6-9pm, if you'd rather see the work amidst friendly faces + cheese cubes. ;)
You can preview the 6 chosen works in the PRINTS section. Each piece is a signed and numbered edition of only 20 prints. If you're not in Toronto, all of the editions (unframed) are also for sale here on the site. Thanks, always, for your support!
Gallery hours are Mon & Thurs, 1pm-5:30pm and Tues, Weds & Fri, 10am-5:30pm.
FB Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/910675759082183/
I came looking for you but you were gone is now available.
I'm so thrilled to finally share this first issue with you and get this project off its feet. This is more of a book than a zine at 80 pages, but hey, you've got to start off with something extra special, right?
I'll be sharing a few peeks at the zine on Instagram today through Friday and will add those previews to the listing here as well.
While you're perusing, check out the PRINTS section for a set of limited edition prints from this issue. I've slashed $25 off each one til the end of the week to celebrate the launch.
Next Thursday, I'm releasing Issue 01 of Doublecrossed into the wild. Photographs featured in this issue were made on the road between California and Tennessee in the spring of this year. I've chosen 6 of these photos to release as 12"x12" limited edition c-prints. There are only 20 editions of each signed print in this release... AND, to celebrate, they are $25 off until midnight on Sept 7th (zine release day). The prints section is now officially LIVE.
The zines arrived last week to much fanfare and high kicks here in the studio but, alas, it was short-lived.
The inside pages were extremely off in terms of colour and I just couldn't release it that way. This first issue is a double-issue at 80 pages, so it's practically a small book. A few images being off is one thing, but the whole issue? No go. After discussions with the printer, account credits and much debate, I decided to push the release to early September and re-print the entire lot on a different paper this time around. It will raise the price, but it should be worth it to kick things off right. A new shipment will arrive in a couple weeks. Fingers crossed!
Welcome to the new Doublecrossed.ca.
This is now the home of my new zine series, Doublecrossed. Issues will be available for preview and sale here, along with side project zines, limited edition photographs and other physical creations.
A few months ago I published, "goodbye, Ed" to test the waters of photo zine publishing again. Your response was wildly encouraging and I wound up printing and distributing a couple hundred of them around the world. The edition was a 40-page tribute to the landmark department store, Honest Ed's, in Toronto. I have a handful of copies left and they are now the 1st zine listed in the shop.