Dusty treasures in a thrift shop crate are always more appealing to me than something brand new. Image applied to a discarded cabinet door from the Resource Yard in Boulder, CO.
Approximately 23" x 21". *
"The bus came by and I got on...."
Inspired by the excellent Grateful Dead documentary "Long Strange Trip."
Reclaimed thrift store canvas.
24 x 24"
An old Elektra logo that I tweaked and transferred to a section from a discarded dining room table.
Approximately 18" x 18".
When all words fail, she speaks / her mixtape's a masterpiece...
"Kate" from Ben Folds Five's 1997 album Whatever and Ever Amen.
I love crafting the perfect mix. Have you ever listened to DETOUR? Applied to reclaimed wood.
Approximately 18" x 27". *
"Don't nobody know my troubles but God..."
Beautiful old frame given to me by a great friend. Image on paper and cardboard.
14.5 x 16 "
Dr. Gonzo as head of law enforcement. What could go wrong?
43" x 36" Limited to one version. Gel medium transfer and splattered paint on a large cabinet door.
Down, dirty, bluesy... Muddy.
On a reclaimed cabinet door.
Approximately 18" x 24". *
A handy reference guide on how to operate your Garrard model 3000 turntable. Transferred to a perfect circular piece of wood that was abandoned in my neighbor's backyard.
Approximately 19" across. *
"Love and life interested me so, that I dared to knock at the door of the cosmos." --Sun Ra / Door of the Cosmos
Layerd paper and glue on reclaimed cabinet door.
41" x 24" One version only.
This is what happens when you listen to The Who turned up really loud at just the right age and state of mind.
Reclaimed wood and donated cassettes.
53" x 23" One version only.
The birthplace of hip hop. Bronx, 1970s. On a reclaimed canvas with metallic frame. *
27.5 x 19.5 "
* Unless otherwise noted, HiFi Jones pieces are limited to 9 versions, each a unique manifestation of the design. After the 9th version, the design is discontinued.
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