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I began making calendars after graduating in 2018. Lacking the structure of an art classroom I needed a way to ensure that I was actually making work. I opted for a calendar because of its practicality, and because it forced me to make at least a dozen illustrations a year.

Making calendars has developed into a surprisingly centering creative exercise. Every winter as I flip through past years' works I get to see how my style has developed and how my aesthetic values have shifted over time.

To the left is a sample of pages from the 2022 calendar, entitled "Stupid Pointless Violence".

Below, from left to right are excerpts from the 2021, 2020, and 2019 calendars, respectively.

8.5"x8.5", 14 pages, ongoing

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