Life-sized John Wayne cut-out leaps into the center of my “Western Film” exhibit, UT Austin, 1991.
Life-sized all-star cut-out jazz septet jams onstage as “Jazz” exhibit designer/co-curator sits in, UT Austin, 2004.
Thirty of my original designs currently are on “permanent” exhibit on Level 1, Perry- Castañeda Library, UT Austin.
The PCL Level 1 gallery space features flat digital collage prints as well as three-dimensional assemblages.
“Remember the Future” exhibit assemblage, UT Austin, 2001. (The exhibit was featured on “Good Morning America.”)
“Low-tech interactive” Beatrix Potter exhibit assemblage, UT Austin, 1998.
“Sixties” exhibit assemblage, UT Austin, 1998. I also co-curated the exhibit with John Wheat, Center for American History.
PCL@25 outdoor banner commemorating Perry-Castaneda Library’s anniversary, UT Austin, 2002.
Outdoor banner celebrating the Benson Latin American Collection’s 75th anniversary.
Title design for onsite and online exhibit, UT Austin, date unknown.
Harrison-Seeliger Collection bookplate and decorative banner, UT Austin, 2006.
Jean Bobo library endowment bookplate and decorative indoor banner, UT Austin, 2000.
Barbara Duncan bookplate and decorative satin banner, UT Austin, 2004.
Linda Schele bookplate and decorative satin banner, UT Austin, 2005.
Cynthia Bloom Collectible Jewelry cigarbox promo kit, 2009.
Cynthia Bloom Collectible Jewelry spaghetti strap top.
Colleague Business Software program disk.
Austin Marathon billboard (near the finish line), 1987.
Austin Marathon t-shirt
Business card for The Second Oldest Profession, an earlier interation of Hot Digital Dog Design, 1990.
New Journalism Project/Rag Blog/Rag Radio business card, 2011.
“Feed Your Head” Rag Blog/Rag Radio t-shirt design, 2012.
First Rag Blog t-shirt design, 2009.
Peace Eye Bookstore t-shirt design, celebrating the iconic NYC East Village cultural omphalos.
Cafe Matisse t-shirt
Cafe Matisse t-shirt design, 2005.
Cafe Matisse women's spaghetti strap top design, 2006.
T-shirt design for silent protest against military recruiters near UT Austin, 2008.
“Prototype McMansion,” a guerrilla design installation.