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My name is Clint. I'm a designer, an illustrator, a coffee drinker, a bicycle rider, an over-analyzer, a beard grower, a music lover, a worrier, a lister-of-things.
- Email inquiries to clint [at] tillmanproject.com
- Online shop at tillman.bigcartel.com
- Do stuff, make stuff!

August 21, 2014 1:14 pm August 19, 2014 9:38 pm
"barricade" (pen & watercolor, 5”x7”)

"barricade" (pen & watercolor, 5”x7”)

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August 13, 2014 9:21 pm May 26, 2014 12:07 pm

2 days left! Pre-orders for the limited hand-screened EUROPA shirt end on Wednesday the 28th. I’ll print a few for the show on June 13th, but after that, they’ll be gone!

April 21, 2014 7:52 pm

"Persist" and the heart stump are available at store.tillmanproject.com if anyone’s looking for some original wood pieces for their wall. Big big thanks to everyone who has given a home to some Tillman art over the years!

April 4, 2014 5:51 pm April 3, 2014 2:15 pm
"persist" (pen & stain on birch panel, 18”x24”)

"persist" (pen & stain on birch panel, 18”x24”)

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March 31, 2014 10:51 pm
just finished the linework for “persist”…next step, wood stain!

just finished the linework for “persist”…next step, wood stain!

March 23, 2014 3:29 pm
"decompresso" (pen, watercolor, stain - 12”x12”)
This piece was created and sent to London for the 2014 Coffee Art Project. It’s a good program benefiting a good cause, check it out if you’re in the neighborhood. My statement for the piece:

Whether it’s hand-grinding beans for a pour over at home, or sitting down with my sketch book and a flat black at a coffee shop, the art of coffee is an art of decompression. Outside pressure gets pressed back with the slow drop of a french press. Stress gets crossed out with each pencil mark. With art and coffee, I try to focus on the process, and not worry about the result. It just feels better that way.

"decompresso" (pen, watercolor, stain - 12”x12”)

This piece was created and sent to London for the 2014 Coffee Art Project. It’s a good program benefiting a good cause, check it out if you’re in the neighborhood. My statement for the piece:

Whether it’s hand-grinding beans for a pour over at home, or sitting down with my sketch book and a flat black at a coffee shop, the art of coffee is an art of decompression. Outside pressure gets pressed back with the slow drop of a french press. Stress gets crossed out with each pencil mark. With art and coffee, I try to focus on the process, and not worry about the result. It just feels better that way.

(Source: tillmanproject.com)

March 17, 2014 7:21 pm
quick sketch today…let us persist.

quick sketch today…let us persist.