When I was in graduate school there were whole classes devoted to experimentation. Over the past 11 years, however, I have sometimes viewed experimentation as a waste of time, preferring a model of production over a model of improvement. To be sure, I've spent a good deal of time attempting to get better with my medium, but I think that over the course of the years I found my self rather pigeon holed. My website name is Lewis Acrylics and while I still use acrylics almost every day, not all of the artwork that I make is acrylic. In fact, even the pieces that make use of acrylic paint often bear Bic pen marks as well, making my work not acrylic in nature but mixed media.
I have also not been a fan of moleskine sketchbooks for some time. The paper is so thin and the hype so oppressive, but a few people whose images I've seen online make me a little bit more excited about them. One of these artists is Mattias Adolfsson. He makes me want to draw all of the time. With some of his work in mind I started putting together some sketches of boomboxes and cassettes and later some abstractions of the two.