ARTIST SERIES WEARABLE ART

Special Limited-Edition Wearable Art face masks

SERIES #1 FEATURED ARTISTS

NATHAN WILLIAMS and CHAD FRICK join J. Eric Cook with new designs

Ad Tumulum Arts is overjoyed to announce a special collaboration with extraordinary Artists sharing their creative, original designs on a Limited Edition of wearable art face masks.

Each custom design is limited to a run of 50 masks. Click an image to buy the mask.

Melting with Stars by Chad Frick
Chad Frick

Chad Frick’s drawings are spontaneous zen ink doodles, filled with wonder, nature, and strange beings. The drawings are a meditation practice, a Surrealist automatism, and the results are generally a surprise.

Green Tiger by Chad Frick
Chad Frick

Creator of the pioneering interactive Yukyuk.com web cartoons of the late 1990’s, featuring a clickable character-filled fantasy world, Chad’s artworks also reflect his background as a botanical illustrator and organic orchardist.  Chad currently lives, works, and grows certified organic hard cider apples in Sebastopol, California. 

Seven Watertowers by J. Eric Cook
J. Eric Cook

Eric Cook is a painter, printmaker, and mask maker living in Brooklyn, NY. Eric is an Everyday Artist who had been sharing and selling his work in Washington Square Park most days of the week, until March when the Pandemic hit. He then bought a sewing machine and took 51 days to learn sewing and study efffective mask design.

Joyous by Nathan Williams
Nathan Williams

Nathan Williams is a Brooklyn, New York-based artist, designer and researcher who strives to translate, transform and remix investigations of African Transatlantic Diasporic creative theory, process and practice. Williams aspires to both documenting and developing ar(t)chitectural language in the design of image and object, space and place.

No Evil by Nathan Williams
Nathan Williams

Much of Williams’ recent work has been mixed media collage where he samples and layers conceptual elements of Black Atlantic arts—whether in rhythmically embodied movement, visual, musical, lyrical or spiritual production—as layers in his creative process. His built work focuses on small details informed by research and his creations are inseparably informed by his committed investigation and documentation of African Diasporic creative theory and process exploring layered narratives of signification, continuity, disruption, samples and repetitions in all creative forms.

One Watertower by J. Eric Cook
J. Eric Cook

Eric paints and carves many subjects but NYC’s iconic water towers are among his favorite. “They represent the Life of the City. Each water tower represents HUNDREDS of New Yorkers living just beneath it. Water towers in NYC are functional, providing potable water for all of Life’s needs, and are built and maintained by just TWO companies!”

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Chad Frick’s drawings are spontaneous zen ink doodles, filled with wonder, nature, and strange beings. The drawings are a meditation practice, a Surrealist automatism, and the results are generally a surprise. Creator of the pioneering interactive Yukyuk.com web cartoons of the late 1990’s, featuring a clickable character-filled fantasy world, Chad’s artworks also reflect his background as a botanical illustrator and organic orchardist.  Chad currently lives, works, and grows certified organic hard cider apples in Sebastopol, California. 
Nathan Williams is a Brooklyn, New York-based artist, designer and researcher who strives to translate, transform and remix investigations of African Transatlantic Diasporic creative theory, process and practice. Williams aspires to both documenting and developing ar(t)chitectural language in the design of image and object, space and place. Much of Williams’ recent work has been mixed media collage where he samples and layers conceptual elements of Black Atlantic arts—whether in rhythmically embodied movement, visual, musical, lyrical or spiritual production—as layers in his creative process. His built work focuses on small details informed by research and his creations are inseparably informed by his committed investigation and documentation of African Diasporic creative theory and process exploring layered narratives of signification, continuity, disruption, samples and repetitions in all creative forms. Learn more about Nathan Williams.