An essay on legendary education philosopher Maxine Greene. Learn more about Maxine here: http://www.maxinegreene.org/. (completed 11/7/08) – Nick
This piece was first created literally out of a block (box) of wood sliced in 8 pieces (drawn on with a Sharpie) for an art fundraiser in Grosse Pointe, MI. It occurred at nearly the same time as a box show fundraiser at the Detroit Artists Market. Boxes and blocks were on my mind. In…
This comic created in summer of 2007, was the first one I made entirely digitally. Mostly just a test of the tools, with the hopes of speeding up some elements of the process and making my lettering legible! – N
This piece was created in Spring of 2006 for an exhibition at the Detroit Artists Market. I am currently working on a biography of Charles McGee for Wayne State University Press – due out as soon as I can finish the text!
This comes from the graphic essay “Possibilities” that accompanied Game Show Detroit (www.gameshowdetroit.com) Produced in the spring of 2005, it’s 16 pages long with full color cover. I may add other pages from it to this archive at some point. Also, for those curious, this is the piece I used as part of my interview…
This was created for “Defending the Tree of Liberty,” part two of the exhibition at Detroit’s Zeitgeist gallery – which was post-Presidential Election 2004. Along with the piece for part one “Security”, i credit these pieces as getting me back into making comics after a rather lengthy hiatus. – N
This was created for an art show “Defending the Tree of Liberty” at Zeitgeist Gallery in Detroit immediately preceding the 2004 Presidential Election. Participating in this project (with very short notice), helped get me back into making comics in a very real way again. – N