Little Squirt
       
     
Reverse Magnetism
       
     
Cock Block
       
     
A Hard Squeeze
       
     
Chasing His Own Tail
       
     
In a Holding Pattern
       
     
Amicable Split
       
     
Completely Blindsided
       
     
Microgestin
       
     
Levlen
       
     
Necon
       
     
Ortho Novum
       
     
Last Minute Detour
       
     
Little Squirt
       
     
Little Squirt

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

Reverse Magnetism
       
     
Reverse Magnetism

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

Cock Block
       
     
Cock Block

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

A Hard Squeeze
       
     
A Hard Squeeze

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

Chasing His Own Tail
       
     
Chasing His Own Tail

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

In a Holding Pattern
       
     
In a Holding Pattern

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

Amicable Split
       
     
Amicable Split

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

Completely Blindsided
       
     
Completely Blindsided

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

Microgestin
       
     
Microgestin

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

Levlen
       
     
Levlen

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

Necon
       
     
Necon

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

Ortho Novum
       
     
Ortho Novum

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.

Last Minute Detour
       
     
Last Minute Detour

Ink on paper

2010-2011

This series is a spoof on the euphemism of “family jewels” referring to the male reproductive organs, and their assumed value as transmitters of genetic information. In this series, the reproductive potential and genetics of both sexes are represented as cellular organisms in various states of cell division or mutation.

While aesthetically appealing, there is something clearly awry with these cells, some of which are dividing of their own accord, morphing, growing odd hair-like cilia, or colliding with others. Isolated on the page as one might witness a cell under the microscope, they are oblivious to their surroundings, and misbehaving in terms of following their biological script. Their procreative potential is dubious at best.