Hello all. I wanted to give you an update. I’m going to be in a really rad art show that is happening during Art-a-whirl this year.

Here’s the poster. The feet were drawn by Jessica Seamans of Landland…who also has a print in the show.

16” X 16” 2 color silkscreen. will be selling them for cheap at the show.

more details about the show:
A wall paper project

Art-A-Whirl Weekend!

Location: Casket Arts Carriage House, 1720 Madison St NE #203, Minneapolis
Hours: Fri 8-11pm, Sat noon-6pm, Sun noon-5pm

Opening Party 8-11pm Friday May 14th

This is not your grandmother’s wallpaper. Studio mates Nick Howard, Anna Tsantir and Vincent Murray invited 30 local artists to create prints, drawings and multimedia two dimensional works that will be combined to cover a 22’x10’ studio wall floor to ceiling. Each artist created at least five works no larger than 10”x15” that together will loosely mimic the repetition of a wallpaper pattern. So “flock” over to the Carriage House this art a whirl weekend, and see what they’ve come up with.

David Peterson
Terrence Payne
Dan Ibarra
John Diebel
Drew Peterson
Ruben Nusz
Crystal Quinn
Jessica Seamans
Ruben Nusz
Tara Costello
Alex Kuno
Josh Norton
Mayme Donsker
Dan Luedtke
Nick Howard
Anna Tsantir
Lee Delegard
Joel Starkey
Miles Mendenhall
Brian Aldrich
Cheryl Wilgren Clyne
Jacki Zitek
Toni Gallo
David Malcolm Scott
Joel Schwarz
Johanna Winters
Tim Carroll
Jaime Carrera
Betsy Byers
Gip Matthews
Lauren Schuppe
Vince Murray

for the show. I collaborated on a print with my good friend Anna Tsantir.

5 color silkscreen. 14” X 14” on fancy shmancy paper. We’re going to work with these cinder block brick things some more.


Daniel Luedtke is a self-taught printmaker / artist / musician from Minneapolis MN. His brightly colored, graphicly bold prints utelize geometric abstraction paired with ubsurdist figurative elements that are often inspired by feminist politics, folk art, and kitsch. He got his start printing posters for his band Gay Beast back in 2006 and has since gotten many poster, packaging, and merchandise commissions. After completing a few printmaking residencies in 2008 and 2009 his focus has tended more toward fine-art printmaking, creating larger prints and installations for shows both in the u.s. and abroad.