Dark Silence In Suburbia

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Daniel Danger

The Elk Guard, 2010.

The Wolf Guard, 2011.

Wet Teeth in the Darkness, 2011.
Or Is It The Dying little Light Of The Soul, 2011. Silkscreen.

I don't remember, did we take this flight together? Did you see the wings fold together?, 2011. Silkscreen, edition of 100.

You Have a Wanderlus Growing in Your Soul, 2011. Silkscreen, edition of 100.

Where Ashes Took the Form of Houses, 2010. Intaglio, edition of 50.

The Black Keys - aragon ballroom, 2011. Silkscreen.

I don't even like to be seen in the parking lot between the movies and the drink and the glass, whatever the hell that means, 2009. Silkscreen.

Do we let it in, do we have a choice?, 2010. Silkscreen, edition of 150.

All around the ground well see a flashlight metronome that skips to sleep in leaps, 2009. Original clayboard, silkscreen, edition of  125.

Because they will take it back, piece by piece, 2010. Silkscreen, edition of 150.

Hummed as prayers in secret, 2009. Silkscreen.

Hear, 2011. Edition of 100.

I'd sink to your city streets, if i wans't buried in your hands, 2009. Silkscreen.

I never had a plan for you, 2011. Silkscreen, edition of 100.

I'm sorry again for everything i've been, 2010.

You push and pull like wolves at the door and all i hear is humming, 2009. Silkscreen, edition of 150.

I should have tried harder. I shouln't have given up, 2010. Silkscreen, edition of 100.

Regardless of everything, i came to know you as a relic, 2010. Silkscreen, edition of 100.

Has thou slain the jabberwock, 2010. Silkscreen, edition of 300.

There is nothing out there, i do not here what you here, 2008. Silkscreen.

I am a rabbit out of room, 2009. Letterpress, edition of  100.

Were waiting at the seams, bursting but through quiet means, 2009. Original clayboard.

But isn't that the choice. Were come a long way to owe ourselves to wolves, 2010. 

I have troubles today i had not yesterday, 2011. Silkscreen, edition of 150.

Escape, 2011. Watercolored silkscreen, edition of 3.

So stop her, stop her! This is killing me, an understudy part for such industry. Color screenprint, 2013.

But there's chemistry,  and no jealousy, 2103. Color screenprint.

About Daniel

Daniel Danger is an illustrator and printmaker working out of New England. The son of an middle school art teacher married to a professional potter, Daniel was never going to be a mathematician or claims adjuster for a top rated insurance agency. Amidst old houses dead from the fallout of urban sprawl, railway bridges asleep from neglect, and trees that engulf everything; his work attempts to remind you of something you may have said to someone, or something someone may have said to you; back in that time period thats just too far away to remember clearly, but not so long ago you forgot about it completely. His memories and many of his friends are simply ghosts now, shaking him awake with mistimed alarm clocks and the sounds of a television from across the house. Documentation is key to get through the day. Things are always changing and its easy to lose yourself.
Daniel runs Tiny Media Empire, a production and design company based out of Boston, MA. TME focuses on fine art screenprints, limited official posters for movies and bands, and video production design. He plays baritone guitar in the band A City Safe From Sea on Magic Bullet records, plays bass in the band IDNOCLIP, and records music solo under the name Caspermask. Due to a lack of personal vices, Daniel has one of the worlds largest collections of vintage Electro Harmonix effects pedals and fancies himself quite the expert on the topic. His cat is named after internet slang.

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