2013 Daily Project Posted

The Daily Artwork page has been updated with the rest of 2013’s drawings. At the end of 2013 I moved back to Illinois and changed day jobs. The move put me behind on documenting the daily project quite a bit. Finally I have everything uploaded to the site!


#106 April 16, 2013

The nature of the project allowed me to experiment with ideas and compositions that normally I would be too reserved to try. I always had a new piece to start the next day so I felt I could try any idea that came to mind. While I often reverted to my current body of work exploring suburban landscapes, there were many pieces that were outside of my comfort zone.


#172 June 21, 2013

I took the month of May to make work that was mostly autobiographical. It was a chance to revisit ideas from earlier bodies of work. I hoped to touch upon universal ideas from my personal experience.


#122 May 2, 2013 Coffee for 2

I also took the opportunity to get reacquainted with collage.


#155 June 4, 2013

Using old prints, drawings, and other abandoned projects I explored and expanded my visual vocabulary. I also took a few chances to play with images from comics and magazines. Many times I used images of typical contemporary housing with images of monsters and superheroes to add an element of magic and intrigue to typical suburban housing.

#176 June 25, 2013

#176 June 25, 2013

Playing with these images also allowed me to have more fun with my work, and lead to the series of drawings that close out the project. I decided to use fictional locations as if they were typical subjects in my work. Instead of examining how the elements of suburban landscapes, I turned my concentration to cartoon villages and homes. I didn’t have the same results, and I am still figuring out what this might mean for my work.

#353 December 19, 2013 World 1-1

#353 December 19, 2013 World 1-1

Please check out the rest of the project under Daily Artwork 2013.

Thank you,


Johnny Disco

About johnnydiscoart

Artist and printmaker from the Midwest.
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