10 years ago I was standing on a corner in downtown Seattle and thought it would be a great idea to make a print from a manhole cover. I went to the store, bought supplies, and pulled my first print. Since then I’ve been traveling the country seeking out historic, symbolic, or ornate street metal and transforming it into unique art prints. On a quest to pull at least one from every state, I’ve collected over 300 unique prints on paper, canvas, and fabric from 60 plus cities across the country.
It’s more than just manhole and hatch covers, sewer drains, and alleys. It’s the thrill of discovering overlooked relics, preserving those through unique artwork, and the experiences along the way.