Monday, February 28, 2011

some stuff!

Inspired by this old project, I made a kite for an art show up in Philly. Note the key -- B. Franklin stylz.

Here are some pics!

 Also, I got this picture from Andy of my little painting in its new home in Japan!

Monday, February 21, 2011

warmers zine!

I forgot to post this a while back. It is a nice catalog/zine from the group show I was in at Trance Pop Gallery in Japan. 

Warmers (SDZ-002)
Art by Jeremy Seth Taylor, Kevin Hooyman, Erin Womack, Max Hubenthal, Andy C. Jenkins, Ron Rege. Jr., Patrick Costello, Allyson Mellberg, Kristin Smith, Travis Robertson
32 pages, 420yen
available at

Thursday, February 10, 2011

early delivery and some new studio time!

Today I made an early bike delivery for Bake 'n Bike. It was a big success! Aside from actually handing over the scones and a special rose to the stunned recipient, I got a lot of praise for the V-Day duds.

"Jerry, you gotta see this -- this guy has the best mustache I have ever seen!" "Can I take your picture?" "I'm on the phone with my psychiatrist and he thinks I am crazy..." "Jerry, this guy knows how to live -- either that, or he's died and come back as my savior." "He must be a politician... or a neurosurgeon."

The costume:

Now I am working on some projects at my new drawing studio! I am the inaugural NCAI artist-in-residence at The Haven. My studio is a former office, and it is nice to move some of my art stuff out of my bedroom (which is actually very small nursery made by inserting a wall at the landing at the top of the stairs). Now I am screenprinting at home and everything else is in this new space.

In exchange for the space, I will be initiating creative projects with Haven guests, which might include anything from a basic drawing class to a more formal project in PATCH Community Garden. Whatever the creative process may be, we hope to make some beautiful things together!

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Sunday, February 6, 2011

bake 'n bike!

Check it out! Bake 'n Bike is back for the seventh year! It's a fundraiser for Community Bikes and Books Behind Bars. Order scones for bike delivery on Monday, February 14th (Valentine's Day)! They are super delicious, and all the money goes to two great organizations! Did I mention that the deliveries are made in full Valentine's Day-themed costumes?