Schaff lives and works in a house, but does not own it outright and, due to unsteady income, has been unable to consistently make payments. As a result, the house has been in foreclosure multiple times and has been nicknamed "Fort Foreclosure" by Schaff and its other residents.
A selection of videos:
This is not by any means an exhaustive list of articles, interviews and reviews. It's a start though and as more are tracked down and as time allows we'll be adding more here. If you know of any that are missing from this page please do send them along.
Books that write about or include my art:
Graveface Records, 2012
We take you from the old school mixtape covers Schaff would create when he was young to his work for such artists as Okkervil River, Godspeed You Black Emperor, Monster Movie, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Kid Dakota, Songs: Ohia and many more.
William Schaff, 2016
A collection of 23 black and white prints from William Schaff's original art. All suitable for framing.
Eddy Arellano (Author), William Schaff (Illustrator), 2010
Inspired by kitschy Mexican "historietas" (pocket-sized comic books), Roberto presents an English-language version featuring his alter-ego, Eddy Arellano. When a dama named Juanita calls him down to Sonora, Eddy crosses the Rio Bravo and never looks back. Soon he's embroiled in a complex, comic drama featuring a memorable gallery of quirky characters.
Robert Arellano (Author), William Schaff (Illustrator), 2004
In 2002, real-life mayor of Providence, Rhode Island, Vincent "Buddy" Cianci was convicted of extortion. This is the story of Don "Pally" Dimaio, mayor of La Plata, as his corrupt administration spirals out of control. The novel toggles between satiric adaptations of the language of Cervantes and a narrative of an American mayor's quixotic -decline.
Jo Waterhouse, 2010
This book showcases the new wave of cool craftingquirky, cutting-edge, craft-based artwork, often called Indie Craft or D.I.Y. craft. Using traditional methods such as embroidery, crochet, knitting, cross stitch, tapestry, needle felt, and plush toy making, the Indie Crafters create work that is contemporary, controversial, kitsch, ironic, humorous, and blurs the lines between art and craft.
Jamie Chalmers, 2011
Curated by Jamie Chalmers--aka Mr. X Stitch, a leading figure in the "new embroidery movement"--PUSH Stitchery profiles the cutting-edge creative work of 30 top stitching artists from around the world. Each designer is showcased with six to eight pages of gallery-style imagery.