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Irreverent and occasionally obscene, these graphics are based on drawings included in Insular manuscripts. They fulfill their traditional role of drawing focus to passages and phrases which the author finds particularly important.
This series depicts ancient sculptures from a variety of times and locations. The series is growing, but currently includes several Aztec pieces, as well as several original and derivative Hellenistic ones.
A sculpture fragment from the Aztec culture
A sculpture fragment from the Aztec culture
A hacha, or ceremonial trophy, from Napatecuhtlan
A hacha, or ceremonial trophy, from Napatecuhtlan
The head of Xomazatl, an Aztec deity
The head of Xomazatl, an Aztec deity
A hacha, or ceremonial trophy from the Aztec culture
A hacha, or ceremonial trophy from the Aztec culture
A statuette of Chacmool, an Aztec deity
A statuette of Chacmool, an Aztec deity
a 2nd c. CE Roman copy of a 4th c. BCE Greek statue, depicting Demeter.
a 2nd c. CE Roman copy of a 4th c. BCE Greek statue, depicting Demeter.
Terracotta statue of Zeus from the Via San Leonardo Temple in Italy, circa 500s BCE
Terracotta statue of Zeus from the Via San Leonardo Temple in Italy, circa 500s BCE
Statue of Giuliano di Medici by Buonarotti, circa 1533 CE
Statue of Giuliano di Medici by Buonarotti, circa 1533 CE
Bust of Mercury by Canova, early 19th c. CE
Bust of Mercury by Canova, early 19th c. CE
Sweet and simple, this series draws upon the iconic bubble style to create appealing and straightforward word art which catches the eye.

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