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PINE TREE - WOODEN POSTER - 2013

This poster came from a growing appreciation for minimalism combined with observations on growth and horizon lines in nature. This piece explored similar patterns found in both the roots and the branches of pine trees as well as direction within that growth sustained across varied seasons. Piece featured in 2012 at Modern Forage Workshop.

8x24” Light Blue  &  10x32” Light Blue  available for purchase >   contact Jeff by email or @ 612-229-6618. Each piece is hand stamped and numbered.  Next # is 07.

Custom color & sizing available as seen in #05 > 12x36, Red, Behr -Grenadine, S-G-180.




MADE BY OTHERS - THE SHIRT SHOW - 2013

Tshirt design for The Shirt Show, a Minneapolis gallery event featuring Midwest-inspired t-shirts created by local designers.

Made By Others

We are inspired and we inspire.  In reflection on the Mpls creative community, this shirt celebrates the design of relationality.  Who we are becoming is directly connected to those around us.  Others have spoken in, challenged, created something beautiful, used their position/power to build an opportunity to step into, shared a more helpful perspective, reminded us who we are, invested, taught, and given courage to confront our anxieties.  We are not done yet.  We are being made new... which in turn will somehow lift, influence, and empower another.




Farm board collection - 2011

An independent project using reclaimed wood from Midwest farms & hand weathering treatments to painted design. Ink stamps & old metal type used to make impressions into Douglas Fir.

These posters explore perspective, contentment, courage and who we are becoming as it relates to others.

My Grandpa Joseph Hanson owned a painting business, and my Grandpa Eldon Holmberg was a farmer. This series is in honor of the work of their hands, combining paint with farm boards salvaged from Midwest barns.