I've just completed a major revamp of my website, The Corey Press, where I keep all my weird wooden blockprints. Need some medieval alien abductions? Done! Old school Pokemon battles? Sure! More Cthulhu Mythos than you can shake a stick at? You betcha. I'm really proud of my newest piece, a Mothman-inspired ouija board.
I've worn a lot of different hats over the years, in my pursuit of my family's financial security and mine and others' creative ambitions. Now it's raining, and I'm getting soaked. So I made a simple, interactive online resume and work portfolio in the spirit of Wooly Willy to get a little help finding a new hat to cover my bald head in the rain. [more inside]
I have been making (loosely) abstract expressionist (or colourfield) art on my phone. Naturally it's digital, and procrastinational. This is an essay-as-vehicle for a gallery of it. [more inside]
For 2016 I seek freedom - primarily a job or opportunity that takes me out of my current city - so I made a one-pager about what I can do and what I'm looking for, and asking people to join me or help me out. [more inside]
My art portfolio website is now using squarespace software and it's finally mobile friendly! I also changed the overall look, added tons of title/dimension/date information, and edited the navigation bar down for a more minimal and clean atmosphere. [more inside]
I recently moved to Seattle, and so I decided to use the move as an excuse to redesign my personal photography website. I would love to hear comment, critique and constructive criticism about my photography or the website. I am hoping to use it to both get my photography projects out there and pick up freelance work in my new home city. I have done quite a bit of freelance work back home, but this is very much a new market for me. Thanks!
I make artwork about the natural world; my most recent involves watercolor drawings of anole lizards and interactive live plant pedestals. I also have series of roadkill and dodo oil pastel drawings. As a bonus, I uploaded videos of students poking at the plants in the interactive pieces and saying things like, "I think we should light them on fire." And then doing so.
For the last two weeks I have been creating desktop wallpapers based on book covers. The idea was sparked by a very old reddit post where one user asked why there weren't any high resolution images of book covers. I saw that and figured, "Why not high resolution, wallpaper ready versions of book covers?" And since they didn't exist, I started to make them. [more inside]
Photos, mostly of LA, mostly with a Holga.
For the last few years, I have traveled by bicycle with a 35mm camera and shot photos along the way. I am scanning and posting one image a day. [more inside]
My wife and her parents make stuff and sell it on Etsy. Crafty stuff in fact, which I know you'll love because we tend to like that kind of thing here. [more inside]
This is a four-minute Ken-Burns-style microdocumentary I made about Seton Hill University's Michael A. Arnzen, four-time Bram Stoker Award winner and the twisted mind behind gorelets.com. [more inside]
I have re-designed several classic Disney movie posters, giving each one a quirky twist! I'd love to hear your thoughts!
In commemoration of the opening of my Soho art show Hidden Spaces I am posting my new website. My art is comprised of graphite and monochrome color pencil works transcribed and augmented from microscopic organic forms. For further elaboration see my artist statement on my site.
I just finished my girlfriend's new website showcasing her sweet illustration and design skills. I think it is nice.
For the past few years I've been developing techniques for computational graphic design. This is my new website, showing some of my work.
After five long years, I've just recently graduated with a design degree, and this is the result.
This site serves as a repository of all my recent creations, including murals, drawings, music, writings and movies. An online portfolio, if you will. [more inside]
Thanks to the advice of several MeFites, I've finally got round to building a site to show off my projects (how delightfully meta!), write about the interaction of the web and small business, and maybe drum up a little freelance WordPress work.
Essentially this comprises much of my final year work at Edinburgh College of Art, but will be ongoing from now on. It's also a taster for our college group show at Trumans Brewery, Brick Lane, London July 1st-5th (opening july 1st @6pm) [more inside]
I'm finally coming out of the closet and calling myself a photographer. This is my new portfolio site with a range of photographs in different categories including food, people and places. Please note that I can't be held responsible for any weird sensations you get from licking your screen.