Screenprinting at Southern Exposure Auction

 I had a great (but cold) time doing some live screenprinting at Southern Exposure's Auction this past weekend. The theme was Silver Era - based on Andy Warhol's aluminum foil wrapped warehouse space in the 1960's. Being interested in land use & transportation, I did some research and discovered that Warhol had hosted an "underground" party one night on an unused section of tracks at Grand Central Station. Hence, the image to your left; an overhead view of the spot where the party was. The tracks on the left continue on into the station proper, and the area on the right is actually under the Wardolf-Astoria Hotel.
I enjoy the interactive / lack-of-preciousness that comes with these live screenprintings. Below, the wise man who brought this nice gray shirt for me to print on.

Monster Drawing Rally & Me

I will be drawing for the first time this year in the Monster Drawing Rally at Southern Exposure. 
Will I make some freeway drawings or something else? Honestly, I'm not quite sure... but come on down to stand and watch as many talented artist draw and draw-
This Friday, Feb 27th. 6-9 (I'll be on from 7-8pm) @ the Verdi Club 2424 Mariposa Street, SF. $5/donation.
See you then!