Thursday, October 29, 2009

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Noah's Ark and the Collapse of Linearity

At the urging of David Lynch, I'm sharing a recent piece that's probably going to wind up in my upcoming show in January 2010 at the Merage Jewish Community Center of Orange County. It's a double cut focused on Noah's Ark, which collapses the narrative and eliminates the linear flow of time through which lens we humans usually view history -- so in viewing this piece we experience the flood and the rainbow covenant simultaneously.

As usual, the work is copyright 2009 by Isaac Brynjegard-Bialik.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

New Hanukkah greeting cards now available!

I received a package today from Sunrise Greetings, a card company in Bloomington, Indiana. I do some card design for them every so often, and today's box had samples of three Hanukkah cards I designed and illustrated for them.

The first features Hebrew lettering ("nes gadol haya sham"), embossing, and silver ink; the second is a fight card for the battle between applesauce and sour cream; and the third is a humorous reflection from Mrs. Judah Maccabee (click the pix above to see them larger).

If you want to order some for yourself call Sunrise Greetings at 800 457 4045 and ask for the new Hanukkah cards by Isaac Brynjegard-Bialik (item #s PHHGC.97840.1, PHHGC.97846.1, and PHHGC.97847.1)!

All three cards are copyright 2009 by Isaac Brynjegard-Bialik for Sunrise Greetings.