artist books

linearity at random. photographs and stencils, parallelisms from the street on archer paper. soft cover, edition of 101.

back pages and bisections: for statement and specs please click on the image.
back pages and bisections: for statement and specs please click here.
“Milton a poem”, blindness in binding: sewn-boards allow a hole for light to find access across the book. 10.5 x 14.5 cm (4 x 5 1/2″). Arches paper, letterpress. 2009, edition of 23.
spine detail
spine detail
title page
title page
three-tiered depiction of an illegal immigrant's ups-and-downs. woodcuts and hand-set type, triple accordion binding
“Survey”: three-tiered depiction of an illegal immigrant’s ups-and-downs.
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First layer is the graphic, second is the organized labeled version, third is out of control. For statement and specs please click here.
container is a unique book that opens as boxes. the subject is immigration. wood covers, hand-set type and pressure-printing for texture.
“Notions” is an unique book that opens as boxes. The subject is immigration.
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“i didn’t know what i didn’t know”
notions a
Caterpillar & coptic chains – for statement please click here.
mixed media about the want of privacy and the lack of. unique book.
“Outwear” is mixed media about the want of privacy, and the lack of. 2008, unique book.
scan here
wood type + hotstamping: here / scan the inside
my first artist book, a parallel between street fairs in new york city and countryside northeast brazil.
This was my first unique artist book, a parallel between street fairs in New York City and  a remote small town in northeast Brazil.
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clay figures, bilingual text. 2004.
a curio cabinet about kleptomania, schizophrenia and narcissism. mixed media, unique.
Odd-ball piece: a curio cabinet about kleptomania, schizophrenia and narcissism – just so we can get it all figured out. mixed media, 2011, unique.

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