ythology, history, culture wars
Dust to Dust / As We Explode (triptych)
silkscreen, spray paint, acrylic, image transfer on canvas
Series of prints dedicated to the Vets for Vets projects and the aftermath of war.
silkscreen, spray paint, acrylic on paper
On-going series of prints about history of Native Americans and the stereotypes about their legacy and perception to the general American public.
silkscreen on paper, mixed media
Series of prints inspired by war stories from Gulf War vets and the everlasting unheard news feed from veterans of the battlefield.
Print inspired by the constant threat of war around the globe and a commentary of the ill informed precautions we seek to protect us in the midst of attack.
acrylic, spray paint, digital, image transfer
A series inspired by the "moment of impact" when the power of man made devices can disintegrate the human body.
rint series about victims of war and the behind-the-scenes actions of our governments around the world.
An ode to the train yards I used to live across the street from as a child. Collages and mixed media with stencils of the basic train car shapes.
All images used with permission from Jonas Angelet