I was personally able to contribute a piece the latest round of Bible art on Old & New Project. This image for “Sweat Drops of Blood,” from the story of Jesus prayer of anguish in the Garden of Gethsemane.
I got to do this cool poster for hometown heroes The Accidentals. After a couple rounds of back-and-forth, a “spirit animal” idea came to be.
I think it’s pretty obvious why Malika Favre is one of my favorite illustrators. I was stoked to see she’d been commissioned by BAFTA to create art for each of the Best Film nominees for their program & poster designs this year. I always love the simplicity in her work, and the subtle hidden messages in these are especially cool. …
This painting is definitely one of my personal favorites, and maybe the one I’m most proud to have done so far. Unfortunately my photography skills don’t do it much justice. This one you must see in real life to fully appreciate. It is large—nearly 5 feet in height, and those old barn boards are a solid two inches thick—making the …
This Ani DiFranco poster is actually the very conception of what would eventually become FUTURALBUM. During my final weeks at my last job, I discovered Flickr Internet Archive Book Images, and since Ani’s show was our next upcoming event, threw together this quick design just for fun. It was one of those instances where you see some sort of image …
Upon some recent introspection, I discovered there may actually be just one thing I’m really passionate about.
Brandi Carlile has a way of writing lyrics that resonate with me personally. Created this poster inspired by her new song “The Eye.”
I am so excited to finally announce my latest collaborative design project!
My favorite albums this year are mostly predictable, but nestled in there among my safe bets of the 2010’s (tUnE-yArDs, First Aid Kit, alt-j, etc) and long-term commitments to 1990’s heroes (Weezer, Beck, J Mascis) are a handful of really fun new discoveries from 2014.
My new favorite thing on the internet is The Monster Project. They recruit illustrators/artists to recreate monsters from children’s drawings.