AmperArt: new series by me, free posters for you
AmperArt is my latest fine art project (although purists don’t consider posters or the use of typography as fine art, but since I can’t draw it’s art to me). AmperArt is a series of typographic design, featuring the almighty ampersand flanked by common phrases such as “hot & cold,” “big & tall,” “sweet & sour.” Each graphic will be enhanced with a relevant image and color. I was going to start the series with “black & white” but it’s summer, and it is most definitely “sunny & hot” outside. (I enjoyed the rays on the solstice, Tuesday. The next installment could easily be “burnt & peeling” but I’d rather be thinking about “cold & wet.”
Once I have a few designs ready in the series, I will have them lithographed as miniature posters, offered as a regular mailing. They can be framed in minimalist frames (flat glass or acrylic) and hung as a collage; mounted on a wire grid; hung as a mobile; or used as a decorative applique for a journal. I will illustrate these applications and more.
Sign up here for your free AmperArt collection. I’ll gladly send you these miniature posters as they are created, and I will be honored to hear that you have displayed them in your home or office. Your first AmperArt mini poster will be mailed as soon as it’s off the press.
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Enjoy the first week of summer!