A Short Tale About the Benefits of Regular Exercise is a simple comic crafted, through collage techniques, with cue cards and paper refuse commonly found in recycling bins (receipts, bills, advertisements, bank statements, and photocopies of academic texts). It satirically recounts a cautionary tale about the perils of finding oneself in a state of awe and wonder, and takes a poke at the distractions that cyclical everyday practices of consumption and production provide from encountering the ineffable mysteries of life.
Obviously Rationality Has Not Panned Out is a series of collaged and drawn illustrated texts. The
entries into this ongoing project play with the flexibility of language
by using photocopies salvaged from university library recycling
bins to compose seemingly nonsensical, yet somehow relevant, assertions
City Stars is a short comic about
a character’s growing sensitivity and ambiguous sentiments
to the ever-increasing presence of light-box logos adorning the
top of skyscrapers. It highlights this often-overlooked, yet ubiquitous,
aspect of the urban landscape as the main character works to exorcise
his growing obsession for information on historical details of these
ever-present corporate markings.