Directed by A.J. Mason
Credit: Taylor Foster, Damian Pearce, Lisa Candela, Jeff Moerchen
. PRAY FOR SOMETHING . 30” x 78” . Available for immediate delivery to NYC .
"Significant when she came. Expressive and sad. Now more beautiful to me."
Now available from AJMD.
Custom-built ‘frame casings’ provide a simple and elegant upgrade to the artwork you’re already enjoying.
With 4 measurements taken from an existing framed work, a ‘pop-in’ frame casing is built from reclaimed material that can be fit/returned to the wall in less than a minute and without any modification to your original frame.
If and when you decide to remove the casing, it is “fit-ready” for an additional piece of art.
Pricing available starting at $100.
(Pictured artwork by Dana Louise Kirkpatrick)
CHANGING WORLD + CHANGING PLANS
The ‘first 13’ are finished and signed!
Each of the 50 in the series have been hand-inked onto antique mechanical drawings with a ‘backward’ outline of the continental U.S. - seven upright red ink ‘bars’
The mechanical drawings range in dates from 1939 to 1967.
Each is approximately 12” x 18”.
I would like to distribute each of the 50 in the series to anyone who is interested at NO CHARGE, until they are all spoken for.
Please send request to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Pricing available for AJMD framing upon request.
- The "Do Not Scale Series" is a mixture of graphic photographic images from photographers Jeff Moerchen and A.J. Mason, printed on antique mechanical blueprints from the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s. The combination of mediums creates one of a kind translucent prints where drawings from unknown mechanical engineers compliment the negative space of the 2 photographers’ images. The result - A futuristic portrayal of present-day subjects, printed on paper nearly 50 years old.
- The working titled "Boot Dressing Project" offers consumers a finely-ground combination of Ash, Soil, and Sawdust. Having spent the past several years working in different workshops around the country, Artist-Designer A.J. Mason, recognized the character these 3 elements added to boots, jeans, coats, hats, and even hair. The first batch of 30 jars were packaged and distributed in glass Mason Jars, with all-natural ingredients from Woodstock, NY. While 16 Spears recognizes the simplicity of this product, the ‘boot dressing’ is quickly gaining momentum with test clients in the Southeast, New York City and Japan.