Wednesday, November 25, 2009

word up geert

GizMag invited me to fill in the blanks as part of their lucky issue seven. There is some really awesome work in this one- all the way from Belgium! Check out GizMag #7!!

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Friday, October 23, 2009


A couple of random things today. Over the past six months, I have collaborated with Noah Lamport on a few electronic experiments, and usually I use one or the other pieces at shows. The first picture is a type of theremin that is played through contact points. On this one, "Foundation," the user places their palm on the copper skyline and manipulates the pitch by playing the triangles with their finger tips. It is built into a cigar box and has no exposed wires or controls on the top surface. All circuits copyright Noah Lamport.

Farmers' Market is just another moleskine page.

Ways of Seeing, Perceptual Habits in Viewing Art. ON SITE N1 "ON SITE ON SITE ON SITE" 1972

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Tuesday, October 13, 2009


Kind words over at :D

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Sunday, September 13, 2009

Artery Magazine

I'm really excited about this one! The Artery Magazine is an online publication coming out of Buffalo, New York. After some phone calls, I recently answered some questions for the site's editor, Laura Duquette. You can read my interview here.

Friday, September 11, 2009


Say Hello to!

And Maid Mosephine's now blogging at Creative Loafing!

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Babby Studios

I had to keep myself busy at work to distract from the steady workload & strict deadlines I've neglected...

I came home to a beautiful space made possible by Babby!

Time to work.

Check out my piece in Seattle based Redefine Mag! :D

Friday, August 21, 2009

Creative Loafing: Young fellow pleads.

Suddenly astute, Creative Loafing immediately broke wind of Erin's Campaign to elect me "Best Visual Artist" in their Best of the Suncoast edition. Close enough!

Check out kind words at Gasbit in Philadelphia, and Jackie Godsey's Art Ed Blog, and sweet stuff at Bicycle, Bicycle Designs.

A week into the Meteoreyes tour, I miss Andrew Sink.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009


"Greg Ferris' art is a culmination of playing with art school materials and rejecting art school rules. He re-appropriates textbooks and architectural elements in creating otherworldly scenes that reverse their original connotation.

In a small town full of landscape paintings and glass sculptures, he has ignited a grassroots effort to engage those around him in creating a community with which we all identify. His most recent work, Paraprofessional Magazine, is a vessel allowing young artists to discuss identity in an unedited, unglazed fashion and distribute it to the people searching for just that."

-Erin Murphy

Featured artist at

Also Design Is Kinky in Sydney, Australia!
AND Fabrik Project!
Ikebukuro in Japan.
+ Illustrate My Day blog. ftw.

Sunday, August 16, 2009


A new project is in the works! :D

In the tween time, I have a Japanese fan!

+ PARAPROFESSIONAL Mag reaches China.

Thursday, August 13, 2009



P.S. Continuing shameless self promotion: Blogging in the Netherlands!

Tuesday, August 11, 2009


happy birthday to me, my website was featured on Beautiful/Decay.

**Edit** Re-posted on Existing Visual!!

Interview at

photos from Intellectual Freedom Festival

More shows:

8/22- Maid Mosephine plays the Emerald Bar in St. Pete w/ Sons of Hippies
8/28- Ringling School Art & Design (Maid Mosephine + Tiny Ensemble)
8/29- Maid Mosephine at the Box Social w/ XOXO

shameless shameless

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Thursday, July 16, 2009


Big shout to Rob at Lumpytunes on WSLR!!! Alt. Tuesdays 11-1 on 96.5 FM.
Lumpytunes plays the best music I've ever heard on a radio program. Listen online at WSLR and check his myspace.

Tiny Ensemble
7/24 @ Clothesline The Box Social w/ Villanova Junction
8/7 @ The Box Social w/ Harper Sublette and Sons of Hippies
8/21 @ Cock n Bull Pub w/ Airoes, Paragraph, Superband...

Maid Mosephine & the Equines
7/28 @ Pastimes Pub
8/8 @ Intellectual Freedom Festival at Selby Library
8/18 @ SOAP at Pastimes Pub
8/29 ???

Cats in the Basement

Holy Ghost Agency
every Cabana Inn open mic

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Sunday, June 28, 2009

Live track

Tiny Ensemble - Gentle Bearded Man (Live @ Clothesline!)

Tiny Ensemble on Myspace.


Skiffle and I played at the Florida Quarterly Noise Report at Will's Pub in Orlando yesterday. Awesome.


Cats in the Basement

Friday, June 26, 2009

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Cats and Horses Store

We're working on an online store, and now you ca get some records at

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Folk Science: The Musical!

Also available: T-shirts, cds, posters, stickers (pictured below)

Epic Future Tour leftovers!

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Q: Where can I see Tiny Ensemble play??

4/3 - Townie Showcase!
4/4 - Pastimes Pub
4/10 - Epic Future Tour House Show!
4/21 - SOAP!

Also, I will have some art dangling for Kanpi's 2nd anniversary/ 4-20 bash!

+Thanks Sons of Hippies for the shout out in Creative Loafing.

Monday, March 30, 2009

The Indigent

"You had supreme advantages, you made a brave start, you established a splendid beginning, and then you sat back and bragged about your ancestors and your resources- and your prospects- and let the vermin crawl all over you."
-Charlotte Perkins Gilman

Monday, March 23, 2009

Post-Folk Science Trapezoid!

Listen to the new jam featuring our latest member, Mosephine!

Tiny Ensemble - Deposit Box

My other band, Letters From Elvis, just finished mixing our demo- you can listen to it on the space.

Letters From Elvis - No Home

Monday, March 16, 2009

of the machine

"Should I say now that I like Metropolis because something I have seen in my imagination comes true, when I detested it after it was finished?"

-Fritz Lang

Tiny Ensemble aka 'Micropenis'

Listen to our live recording from last night at Pastimes Pub at

Shawn McBee has the entire debut on youtube!

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Monday, March 9, 2009

Saturday, February 28, 2009

gentle bearded man

Letters From Elvis tonight at Sarasota Olive Oil Co.
Happy birthday Sutton Stringfellow!

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Monday, February 16, 2009

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

parametricism in folk science

i'll explain this later. busy busy busy.

thank you for your picture jessica beck :]

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Thursday, February 5, 2009

rainbow toe-socks & sandals

Today is moving day; break-time remix pictured.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

pet cloud

"i love wizards" -mamabear

Sunday, February 1, 2009

super x-13

Must see Mind Field. Must skate. I work the skate park sundays.

Pics from the show at Cats & Horses Club!

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Leg: a solid foundation for greg

I want to tell you guys a little bit about what all this stuff is about.

A while back I made 'Worm-hole.' It was a 10 x 10" steel cube with a hole sucking in through one side and out the other. Then I painted the whole thing black and added white grid lines- warping with the stresses of stretching spacetime. This was my strange little model of the universe, but what else? WTF?
Early on, my instructor for the sculpture class told me I wouldn't be able to do it that way I had proposed, but I went ahead anyway. It was a terrible mess of work hours; I cut the entire thing in two, and heated the remaining solid sides with an acetylene torch and pounded the contours of a quantum dimension before reuniting the pieces. It took forever to achieve such..let's say, organic...results. Yet precisely that, I realized, was the point. To demonstrate some complex theoretical idea through such a primal process of hammering and hammering away, suddenly seemed like such a beautiful metaphor for the human spirit. Our will to manipulate destiny among the absurd paradox of our condition! I had finally identified what it was that I had been doing with my odd works: Folk Science!

New Site!

Mosephine and I have just launched our new site at that will feature upcoming events & provisions. :D

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Monday, January 19, 2009

Cinema Sounds

This weekend Maid Mosephine and I will be helping Harper score Akira Kurosawa's Dreams!

science & contemporary life vs. natural world and the past


Erin at the Fruitville Library reading garden in the morning.

A concept page for '30 Songs' flyer.

"Prior to humanity’s awareness to it, the universe was a coherent, self-regulating entity awaiting discovery. Humankind’s additions to and modifications of that preexisting order often damaged it, so that the architect’s charge is a kind of restoration effort requiring him to incorporate his understanding of the eternal in every design, as did the Pantheon’s makers, hence its everlasting appeal. “What the space wants to be” is itself- that is, it wants to assume its rightful place in and be a proper manifestation of the eternal order of things."

Wizard demonstrating laser eyes on crystal mountain.