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I had a lot of fun doing a project with the awesome Emily Henderson for Samsung and their cool new TV, The Frame. We transformed a barge, creating ‘gallery walls’ with 53 empty picture frames that I drew in on the spot over the course of 3 hours to create a pop up gallery. Can you tell which one is the TV? Honestly, I was a little skeptical at first, but the TV is very cool. Thanks to Emily and the whole team for a great time!
Excited to share a project my friend Amélie Lamont and I created called People of Craft. People of Craft is a growing showcase & directory of creatives of color and their craft in design, advertising, tech, illustration, lettering, art, and more. Next time you need to hire someone, book a speaker, or simply look for inspiration, please refer to these amazing people first! There are a lot of people on this site, but there are many more who are not on here yet. We will continue updating. To submit yourself or someone else (or if you would like to be removed) please refer to the ‘contact’ section of the website.
Site development: Eric Jacobsen
Design assistance: Twisha Patni
Jessica and I created an anti-Trump / Pro-Hillary voting Initiative called I’m With Her Because He’s Crazy. Visit the website here.
We did two things: Kids our the future, and they’re listening to his horrible rhetoric, so we asked kids what they thought about Trump. Pretty amazing and telling responses, watch the video below. And secondly, with the idea that Trump only loves himself, we went out on the streets with two Trump lookalikes who made out with each other in places like Union Square and in front of Trump Tower. We passed out brochures and stickers to passerby’s. Also, check us out in the Huffington Post.
I’m excited to start a partnership today with Samsung & T-Mobile, where I’ll be live drawing across the country on their new Galaxy Note 7 phone for the next three weeks. We’ll be at pop-up stores in six cities: NYC, Chicago, Atlanta, Austin, Los Angles, & Seattle. It starts in NYC today & tomorrow at South Street Seaport. Stop by and get free posters of my art and fake tats! You can follow the journey here.
I will continue to update my website with new work, but I don’t consistently post on this feed anymore. To follow my real “news” feed, then follow my Instagram for all recent projects, murals, speaking gigs, workshops, collabs, travel… and selfies! And of course my writing, which I recently put up on two Tumblrs, respectively: Instatherapy and Memories of a Girl I Never Knew.
If you missed it, Jessica & I released a new blog/social experiment in January called 12 Kinds of Kindness. We worked on it for over a year, and it all came to an end with our Trump protest outside of Trump Tower in NYC a couple weeks ago. It’s a 12-step program we created to work on our own selfishness and apathy. As two self-centered New Yorkers, we vowed to finish this resolution for 12 months and document the entire journey. We explored a lot of social issues and topics very personal to us such as bystander apathy, fatherlessness, and mental illness. We made 20 videos, and you can watch them on our YouTube.
Make sure to check out some of the microsites we created throughout the 12 steps: Trumpsults is an audio interaction of all the horrible insults Trump has made; Let’s Talk About Mental Health collects and shares stories to break down the stigma around mental illness; If Trump Wins asks one simple question; And My Dad Is takes a survey on fatherhood.
Happy holidays! On December 8th, I shared a show with the amazing and very talented Wasted Rita called LOVE & SEX at Tictail’s new holiday shop in the Lower East Side. We had a mix of new and old writings for sale, and most of them are still there all month. We also did this awesome wheat paste wrap of our work just outside the store, which is up all month, too.
I have these and other new prints on my online store now.
After many requests, you can now buy prints from my Instagram writing I’ve done over the past year, including select pieces from my Memories of a Girl I Never Knew series and my #instatherapy_tim writing. Thanks to Birk Nilson and my friends at Tictail for helping me get this up so fast!
Check it out and shop here!
Co-designed with the very talented Daniel Blackman, the book highlights 20 fun ideas and techniques you can use with a Sharpie marker. From making handmade gifts to creating murals to repurposing old objects to simply doodling in your notebook, we can bring a tremendous amount of creativity and joy to ourselves and those in our life.
The book also features some amazing artists from around the world such as Julia Rothman, Shantell Martin, Erik Marinovich, Jessica Walsh, Debbie Millman, Mikey Burton, Gemma O’Brien, Kate Bingaman-Burt, Mireia Ruiz, Jen Mussari, Carolyn Sewell, Arthur Jones, Joao Neves, Tato Tortosa, and many more.
Authored & curated: Timothy Goodman
Design: Daniel Blackman, Timothy Goodman
Original photography: Daniel Blackman
Original art & lettering: Timothy Goodman
I’ll be giving a lot of talks in the next two months, so I thought I’d list them here. If you’re in any of these great cities, come check out my presentation and let’s grab a beer afterwards! I’ll also have a book signing after most of the talks, so plenty of meet and greet (and drink and eat!). I’ll continue to update this.
SXSW talk & book signing w/ Jessica Walsh – Austin, TX 3/16/15
AIGA Grand Rapids talk – GR, Michigan 3/17/15
Type Directors Club talk – NYC, NY 3/24/15
AIGA Chicago talk – Chicago, IL 4/2/15
AIGA Honolulu talk – Honolulu, HI 4/9/15
Sitges Next International Festival talk w/ Jessica Walsh – Barcelona, Spain 4/17/15
Art Directors Club workshop w/ Jessica Walsh – Miami, FL 4/29/15
AIGA Sage talk – Albany, NY 5/5/15
AIGA Pittsburgh talk – Pittsburgh, PA 5/14/15
ADC Sharpie Workshop – NYC, NY 7/18/15
AIGA Cincinnati talk – Cincinnati, OH 9/10/15
OFFF Festival talk – Mexico City, Mexico 9/25/15
WeMake conference talk – Portland, OR 10/2/15