December 25, 2013

Peep

MEOW

Daniel Dawson (Bangor, ME)

Peep, January 12, 2013
Stencil, aerosol paint on paper

December 25, 2013

Spicer

WOOF

Daniel Dawson (Bangor,ME)

Spicer, January 15, 2013
Stencil, aerosol paint on paper

December 25, 2013

Exposed Face

Exposed Face

Daniel Dawson (Bangor.ME)

Exposed Face
Linoleum relief print on card-stock

December 25, 2013

Use Your Shoes

Use Your Shoes

Daniel Dawson (Bangor, ME)

Use Your Shoes, August 23, 2013
Linoleum relief print on copy paper

June 12, 2013

Street Art in Bangor, ME

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Various Artist (Bangor, ME)

Street Art, 2012 & 2013
Mixed Media

June 12, 2013

Merchants Plaza

Merchants Plaza

Daniel Dawson (Bangor, ME)

Merchants Plaza, February 2013
Multi-layered screen-print on paper

September 23, 2011

Write More

Write More
Another example of Paperboard Relief printing, “Write More” was made to encourage me to follow through with my own writing projects. A run of six was completed and after some cleaning up of the plate another run will be underway. Contact me if you’re interested in a copy.

September 22, 2011

Mosaic Sunrise

Mosaic Sunrise

Only 4 prints of this made as of today, three on black ink on white paper and one in green/gold ink on black paper.

September 22, 2011

Endless Worm

Endless Worm

Linoleum block print entitled “Endless Worm” by Dan Dawson. So far two runs have been completed, the first in blue and the second in green after some revisions were made. Original size of the block was 4″ x 3″. Continue reading

September 22, 2011

Avaricious

The newscast’s failed broadcasts,
Brought to you by an unconscious need.
Today’s top story:
Squandering; In.
Sufficiency; Out.
To avaricious tendencies,
You stay prone,
Until you’ve destroyed someone else’s home
In the name of your selfish skin.
Dependency, you preach me your ways.
I’m reluctantly realizing
That our want to survive
Is being blinded by heteronomy.
With you, I am nothing.
A natural/unnatural love.
Without me, you would flourish.
Without you, I’d find something else to take for granted.

-Mathias Hillborn (Bangor, Maine)

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