Archive for October, 2013

elsalvador

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Watercolor from a photo I shot for Hope For Humanity’s Literacy campaign, The Learning Circles of El Salvador.

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audrey

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mepattern

This was a fun paper promo piece, designed to fit on a postcard and have accessories and stuff. I don’t have a ‘fro anymore, so I’ve phased it out, but if you want an effigy of Drew Tetz circa 2010 this is your chance. Print your own Paper Me here.

sonnysquid2

Quick little exercise playing with curved paper forms, using Sonny’s likeness. Kind of. He’s not a squid in real life. I love seeing curves & organic shapes in papercraft, curling “tentacles” around a pencil to make them spiral out is a quick and easy way to breathe some life into models like this. Print your own Sonny Squid here.

poncho

Poncho Peligroso is a self-described caremad jokeman. This is the cover of his first book of poems, ‘the romantic’. His blend of sadkidweirdness, feminist politics, and surrealist gross-out humor is tough to describe but worth seeking out.  Print your own Poncho Paper Friend here.

You might also want to read this page to learn how to assemble it.

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Quick fun one, Tressley as a Ronin Warrior.  What? Print your own Tressley Paper Friend here.

You might also want to read this page to learn how to assemble it.

takeshi

This is my amazing friend Takeshi Kamisato, in miniature. Print your own Takeshi Paper Friend here.

You might also want to read this page to learn how to assemble it.

 

squirrel

This was a collaboration with my friend Doctor Popular, a Bay Area designer, illustrator, nerdcore musician and certified yo-yo genius. He played a tabletop game with them where you & an opponent blew air through a straw at the squirrels’ tails to make ’em rumble, fun! Print your own Squirrel here.

You might also want to read this page to learn how to assemble it.

castle

I thought it would be really cool to build a whole chess set of Paper Friends… but I only ever did this guy. Well, here’s a castle paper friend. Print it out here.

You might also want to read this page to learn how to assemble it.