Album artwork for I'm This, I'm That, I'm in the World by Rahill Jamalifard

"During quarantine I started a series called primitive portraits, drawings done in crayon and pencil of artists who’ve had influence in my life. Just as covid began its pillage in the States I was coming off a west coast tour and had plans of spending time upstate to relax and decompress. Then boom- covid went full throttle and I found myself up here, no reception, no internet, no books, no records, no instruments. So I picked up a pack of crayons at the supermarket as a saving grace to connect me back into avenues of remedial creation. Crazy how a thirty minute daily routine can bring you solace and healing as powerful as meditation. Not only was that inspiring but also reconnecting to my deepest roots in art- drawing. The place where creating began for me- and using the same medium (crayons), was kinda wild. Anyway, that’s a long enough description for sharing these crude drawings, but ya know what, who cares."

Rahill Jamalifard

I'm This, I'm That, I'm in the World

Pacific
Album artwork for Album artwork for I'm This, I'm That, I'm in the World by Rahill Jamalifard by I'm This, I'm That, I'm in the World - Rahill Jamalifard
Album artwork for I'm This, I'm That, I'm in the World by Rahill Jamalifard
Paperback

$24.00

54 pages

Signed Copy
Limited to 500 copies
Released 03/08/2021Catalogue Number

pacific001

Rahill Jamalifard

I'm This, I'm That, I'm in the World

Pacific
Album artwork for Album artwork for I'm This, I'm That, I'm in the World by Rahill Jamalifard by I'm This, I'm That, I'm in the World - Rahill Jamalifard
Album artwork for I'm This, I'm That, I'm in the World by Rahill Jamalifard
Paperback

$24.00

54 pages

Signed Copy
Limited to 500 copies
Released 03/08/2021Catalogue Number

pacific001

"During quarantine I started a series called primitive portraits, drawings done in crayon and pencil of artists who’ve had influence in my life. Just as covid began its pillage in the States I was coming off a west coast tour and had plans of spending time upstate to relax and decompress. Then boom- covid went full throttle and I found myself up here, no reception, no internet, no books, no records, no instruments. So I picked up a pack of crayons at the supermarket as a saving grace to connect me back into avenues of remedial creation. Crazy how a thirty minute daily routine can bring you solace and healing as powerful as meditation. Not only was that inspiring but also reconnecting to my deepest roots in art- drawing. The place where creating began for me- and using the same medium (crayons), was kinda wild. Anyway, that’s a long enough description for sharing these crude drawings, but ya know what, who cares."