Fresh from a recent maintenance check.
Monthly Archives: May 2016
I’ve opened up a new store on Threadless.com. Buy this design on a shirt for a limited time.
Going forward, I’m adding a new brand mark to my work.
I’m not much of a wrestling fan, so my knowledge of Randy Savage is primarily through his appearances on the Slim Jim commercials from the 80’s.
Working through designs in an iterative fashion is part of a good designer’s workflow. Why stop with one quick sketch? Spend some time exploring the possibilities. Use references to assist. In the thumbnails below, I found some really interesting shapes in a few photos I took while traveling to Italy last year. You don’t have to go to Italy to find great shapes, though. They are all around you. Many students rush past the exploration phase to move towards the final design. In my view, the most important part of any artistic endeavor is in the sketching phase. Sketches are […]
More experimentation with custom brush design in creating this sci-fi background. Above: painting. Below: with context.
Here’s my tribute to the hosts of Roadkill, David Freiburger and Mike Finnegan. Such a great show – it’s my hope that I can contribute some editorial art for their sweet new mag.