Some time ago I wrote about how certain artist/client relationships can be especially gratifying. I’ve been lucky to find myself working with great clients many times over, and hope to highlight some of them every now and then. One of which is Haven Skate Park, an indoor facilit
Here’s a poster I just finished for an upcoming party. The inspiration was equal parts 1970’s sci-fi, The Mothership Connection by Parliament, and an episode of Futurama called “The Day The Earth Stood Stupid“.If you happen to be in the area, put on your dancin
I’ve been working on a bunch illustrations and layouts for vinyl projects these days. Asbestos Records is reissuing a bunch of older albums and has been gracious enough to offer me the design work. I’m quite fond of working in the larger record packaging formats, and Asbes
This week, Art Jumble had everyone drawing rednecks. Apparently, the consensus is that rednecks are mullet enthusiasts who wear big trucker hats, have bad teeth, smoke cigarettes, and drink beer. No one can blame us for generalizing.
Here’s a of sketch of an elderly Superman that was recently unearthed from a pile of my old sketches and doodles. It’s probably about ten years old and was born in a phase of mine in which everything I drew or painted was excessively wrinkled. I hope to have a chance to di
This week’s Art Jumble challenge is “your favorite movie of all time“. It’s impossible to claim just one movie as my favorite. Among them is It’s a Wonderful Life. Here’s my contribution to this week’s challenge, my version of an illustration
It would seem I’m on a monster kick at the moment. Here’s a T-shirt illustration I just finished for The Terrors, a punk rock band from Glasgow, Scotland. In my younger days, in between watching horror movies and thumbing through the pages of Fangoria magazine, I would spe