I Cut People Collage Artist

Upcoming Cut-Ups

Posted on: January 9th, 2017

I’m currently in the beginning stages of yet another I Cut People album. This will be the third and final installment of a series of cut-ups that started with Miserable Day (2015) and I Quit (2016). Once completed, I will […]

Upcoming Art Shows

Posted on: November 12th, 2016

Norseman Distillery 451 Taft St NE #19, Minneapolis, MN 55413 Details: Date: Feb 13th (Opening) Fundraiser Gallery Hosted by Grace Wethor Gallery up until March 5th All proceeds going to curethekids.org Date: May 1st (Opening) 5-8pm Solo I Cut People show up […]

I Quit

Posted on: March 26th, 2016

I Quit is now available to listen to in full on the i cut people soundcloud and available for purchase at icutpeople.bandcamp.com. I hope anyone who actually listens to it enjoys the intricacy of the cut-ups, the offensive tone it provides […]

Yet Another

Posted on: February 6th, 2016

Yet another year and another series of cut-ups are on the way for those who enjoy my audio works. This upcoming album is a bit different in structure and I’m excited to post it online. I haven’t decided if it will […]

GiTAr Bandcamp

Posted on: July 1st, 2015

We just launched the GiTAr bandcamp here: https://gitareevsicp.bandcamp.com/  Still uploading albums, tracks, memories.  Go check it out and support us.

Miserable Day

Posted on: April 1st, 2015

Miserable Day, a new I Cut People cut up album, was released March 1st 2015.  Read the Music for Maniacs review here.  Purchase/support it at the I Cut People Bandcamp.    

New Collages

Posted on: June 30th, 2014

posted some new collages that i’ve been working on the past couple of years.  i’ll be adding more soon.  most were created with markers and magazine trimmings.  i’ll probably make some prints of a few if anyone is interested in […]

American Propagandhi

Posted on: April 4th, 2014

American Propagandhi was released on Comfort Stand Records in 2004.  Thanks to Otis Fodder (The Bran Flakes).  This album was before I Cut People and was released under my real name.  For some reason, I always forget about it, then […]

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