“The Putin Prints”


Here is a direct link to a pdf of a collection of works I call, “The Putin Prints”:


At some point, during the year 2015, I began to have a strange and persisting intuition about Russian President Vladimir Putin.

I felt that he was going to soon play a larger role in international politics.

That year, I created a musical release called “Sovereign” ( https://archive.org/details/MystifiedSovereign) (2015 Treetrunk Records). It was both a tribute to Rapoon’s “Cold War: Drum ‘N’ Bass” (2001 Caciocavallo), and a newer take on Cold War fears, involving predominantly Putin and his actions.

At about the same time, I created a series of prints, combining other images I had crafted with pictures of Putin himself. This document features each of these prints.

In 2016, it was suspected, and has become more and more apparent, that Vladimir Putin played a significant role in a U.S. Presidential election.

Intuitions are often dismissed–I believe that, when a feeling strikes one, one should listen.

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I am a multidisciplinary artist living in South Saint Louis, MO with my wife and our 2 cats. A lot of my art has to do with the experience of living in a thriving, diverse city.

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