About The Series
People of the Public Domain is an exploration of archival imagery as art; colorful memories of our cultural heritage now freely streaming into the digital commons for the next generation. This series captures moments in time and preserves them as fine art prints; a fitting analog tribute to our rich historical past.
About The Prints
These limited edition giclée prints are representations of footage from the National Archives, interpreted as vector illustrations in the style of silkscreen prints. Each museum quality print has a unique identifier, color palette, and certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
Several of these illustrations were used to promote the International Amateur Scanning League in a poster campaign to promote digitization of the National Archives. These works are dedicated to the public domain and freely available to download.
All of these works will be available as a limited edition art book available in 2011