1997

"Maybe, Maybe Not" 1997
"Maybe, Maybe Not" 1997

Dangling carrot, featuring katakana script "Meibi, Meibe Noto" Iridescent velvet, embroidered acrylic plush crest, polyester fiberfill approx height 72inches / 182,9cm Salah Bachir & Jacob Yerex Collection , Toronto

"Disaster Mascot" 1997
"Disaster Mascot" 1997

A commemorative of the Challenger shuttle that exploded over the Atlantic Ocean on January 28th 1986. Acrylic plush w/ polyester fibrefill 32” x 23” x 7 inches / 81,2cm x 58,4cm x 17,7cm

"Cheezie" 1997
"Cheezie" 1997

"Chi-zee" in katakana is embroidered onto the surface. acrylic plush, polyester fiberfill 7½" x 27" x 6 inches / 19cm x 68,6cm x 15,2cm

"Cheezie" 1997
"Cheezie" 1997

"Chi-zee" in katakana is embroidered onto the surface. acrylic plush, polyester fiberfill 6" x 22" x 4 inches / 15,2cm x 55,9cm x 10,2cm

"Cheezie" 1997
"Cheezie" 1997

"Chi-zee" in katakana is embroidered onto the surface. acrylic plush, polyester fiberfill 5" x 18" x 4 inches / 12,7cm x 45,7cm x 10,2cm

"Cheezie" 1997
"Cheezie" 1997

"Chi-zee" in katakana is embroidered onto the surface. acrylic plush, polyester fiberfill size and whereabouts are unknown

"Kill Me" billboard, 1997
"Kill Me" billboard, 1997

10-sheet billboard, electrostatic printed on coated paper 120" x 240 inches 304.5cm x 609.6cm Collection: National Gallery of Canada The most controversial of the Art Metropole "Billboards by Artists" series, this work was not exhibited in downtown Toronto as intended due to a decision by Advertising Standards Canada and Mediacom Toronto.

Kill Me button, 1997
Kill Me button, 1997

Edition of 200, of which 50 are signed and numbered.

"Five Card Stud"
"Five Card Stud"

mail art multiple created for Galerie Largeness, containing five unsorted cards from a Bicycle playing card deck, in an edition of 107