I made a woodcut of the state of Alaska for a poster contest. I'll post the complete once it's finished.
In other woodcutting news (news?), I've spent a couple of mornings of the past week in the rare books section of the USC library. They have some of the very first issues of BROOM MAGAZINE, a publication made by American ex-patriots in Italy in the early 1920s, in their catalogue.
Broom featured works by established artists and writers, but helped kick-start the careers of many young, unconventional bohemians from Europe and America. The more I think about it, the more privileged I feel to have complete access to such legendary media. The covers alone are incredible and went straight from the artists' hand to the front page!