A couple photos were included in the online group
show, Heat Wave, over at Ain't-Bad Magazine.

Excited to announce that I've released 2 new cassettes on my little record label, Friends & Relatives.
$5 each (+$2 shipping per order). Buy em both. Paypal:

Zak M. - "Gravois Ave. Mango Prom"
America's heartland crooner delivers with a full length album of twisted outsider organ, dexterous lyrics and subtle tape manipulations. Drafted with the faint of heart in mind, these songs'll slowly drag you through the dried leaves & safely return you to the loveseat of your dreams (without breaking curfew). 34 minutes long. Full color artwork. Purple shell cassettes, painstakingly dubbed in real-time for the sake of hi-fidelity. Edition of 50 copies.

Jeremy Kennedy & Yosuke Kitazawa - "agenda (in bold)"
Electronic interventions & deconstructed guitar passages intermingle within a state of hypnagogia in this Los Angeles pairing's debut album. Discerning patience and deep listening are accentuated throughout the duo's improvisational reporting from the front line. 29 minutes long. Full color artwork. Dubbed in real-time for fidelity's sake. Edition of 50 copies.

 I started an art-blog-thing called LOOCH.
The first two installments feature the work of Maya Olympia Bush & Jen Shear.
Dig in.


Now Available!
After five years in the making/procrastinating, the new issue of SLO-MO has finally hit the streets! 80 pages of stark, high contrast, xeroxed imagery of found objects and clippings; selected & sequenced through the poetics of post- Great American Comedy. 5.5"x8.5". Heavy cardstock covers available in three different colors. Oversized pull-out poster included. Edition of 50 copies. Paypal $5 (plus $2 shipping) to

Happy to have provided the insert photo for the new Cube "My Cube" LP on Left Hand Path Records. One of my favorite electronic artists. Pick up a copy while ya can!


This week's edition of my favorite newspaper, The Rio Grande Sun (Espanola, New Mexico), printed a large feature on The Western Lands series alongside an essay on the work by Arts Editor, Robert Eckert.


Release party for the VV flyer zine that Degenerate Ephemera recently published.

A night of videos by the recently departed artist, Charles Gatewood (November 8, 1942 – April 28, 2016). Selections from his urban anthropology party tapes (Weird San Francisco, Weird Thailand, Weird Mardi Gras & Weird Amsterdam) will be presented in addition to two short studio interviews with Gatewood by George Kuchar ("The Gates of Gomorrah", 2002) and Justin Rhody (2016). Free to attend.



Vernacular Visions: collected flyers 2013-2016
68 pages, 7.75"x10.5"
Offset printed full bleed, Cardstock cover
Edition of 150 copies, hand numbered
Essay by Sam Lefebvre
Published by Degenerate Ephemera
(to order, Paypal $8 to


RIP Charles Gatewood


December 21st, 2012: Chichicastenango
Justin Clifford Rhody
48 page color monograph
ISBN 978-0-9962005-1-6
Soft cover, glossy laminate 
Perfect bound 
7" x 8.5" 
Edition of 100
Dec. 21st, 2012: Chichicastenango is a chronicle of the activities
surrounding the end of the Mayan long count calendar in the Western
Highlands of Guatemala. Shot within a 24 hour period using a digital
camera (a landmark departure from Rhody’s invariable use of film),
this work drags the eyes of the viewer through the smoke plumes of
ancient ritual hilltops and crowded streets filled with fireworks
and trinket vendors. A day that the Western world naively
misconstrued as Doomsday is beautifully navigated to instead
portray the truly wide dynamics of mystery that lie behind
life on planet Earth.