Mountain Tee Shirt at


I submitted a tee shirt design called Mountain to to be voted on and hopefully printed. If I get enough high scores the shirt will be printed and sold from the site and I will win some stuff. Take a look at it and if you like it, sign up and give it a score: Mountain Shirt Design — Thanks!


Full Moon on Dean Street

Amazing full moon tonight…While out walking the dog very late, I was inspired to record a rough little nocturnal cityscape…this is (very) loosely based on my view looking out over Dean Street onto Bergen. I have been wanting to do some paintings of the city at night…this has whet my appetite.


Guest Post: Two-for-One Screen Prints

Hi, my name is Eric and I’m invisible for a day. The kind folks at Invisible Man are letting me guest post so I’m doubling up for my big break.
The left image is a detail of a silk screen promotional poster for TOOL: An evening of novel performance technologies, which took place at Tonic in NYC on Saturday April 29th, 2006. I did this for a friend, Jamie Allen who teaches NIME: New Interfaces in Musical Expression at NYU and coordinates the show. He asked for a “sort of an american-inventor-folk-art-technology thing”. He got sound schematics and ear diagrams on craft paper… If you have any interest in experimental music and video, check it out.
And the right image is a detail of the save-the-date from my wedding. It is a screen print of the landscape of our wedding venue, The Hammond Museum, done with a Print Gocco printing kit.

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Illo for The New York Times

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Just finished this drawing for The New York Times’ Thursday Styles Section (June 8, 2006). The story was about how younger workers in their 20’s and 30’s are often passing on the standard two week vacations, in favor of longer vacations, in-between their frequent job-hopping.
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Glowing Moose Head

While feeling under the weather the last few days I made this Glowing Moose Head illustration combining pencil, sepia ink, and photoshop. It’s inspired by a photo I took last summer in Maine.


Silkscreen Session

Last weekend Invisiblemen Jon Keegan, James Antonson and myself gathered at the Brooklyn headquaters for some silkscreening. We created a couple designs based off of the logo and got to work preparing the screens and designs for printing. Here’s a link to a silkscreening process guide that Jon previously posted. We hope to be selling InvisibleMan t-shirts soon.
After toiling on t-shirts for hours we focused our attention on Brooklyn’s greatest bar which due to the looming basketball stadium is not long for this earth: Freddy’s Backroom.