About the Collection
// Human Stamp focuses on normalizing the naked human body by using the human body as a giant stamp. I have left impressions of my skin, hair and limbs on various sizes of paper as a simple approach in appreciating the body. Some prints are obvious parts of my body, while other prints are abstract in nature.
The entire collection is created from donated or recycled paper and thrifted frames. The art is minimalist and includes natural and metallic tones. Prints and frames vary, guaranteeing each piece to be one of a kind.
Every piece in this collection is original and unique. The process is very simple: I first paint my body and then stamp the form onto different mediums.
This collection is heavy in paper, making unframed pieces lightweight and easy to transport. I have framed my favorite prints and have submerged myself throughout the entire process of framing; I select and purchase each frame, then dissemble, matte and design each piece maintaining my vision.
Pieces from the Human Stamp series were disassembled in January 2018.