Today I’m adding a few new illustrations, mostly done for Adidas, Nike, BT, Intel and a smattering of other ad agencies and animation studios. These jobs are good for keeping me on my toes stylistically, and I inevitably end up using some of what I learn in my more personal work
See more in the Illustration section!
Here’s a little comic sample I did earlier in the year. Sort of a Last Picture Show thing with a sprinkle of horror. I ended up doing a different project, but I kinda like this page.
This weekend and the next, I’ll be an artist in mini-residence at Robert Crumb’s Genesis exhibit at the Portland Art Museum! The exhibit is pretty amazing- I believe they have the book up on the walls in its entirety, plus a bunch of Crumb’s reference and concept materials. Check it out, and come say hi! I might even bring Hotlanta if he’s on good behavior.
I’ll be at the at the big purple table on the ground floor at these times:
Sunday, July 25, 2-4 pm
Sunday, August 1, 2-4 pm
Hope to see you there!
Oh, Internet! I’ve been ignoring you, yes, but let me make it up to you with gifts.
The last few months I’ve been working on things I can’t talk about yet, so that makes for slim pickings, post-wise. Here are a couple pieces I whipped up on the side, though:
I did this for Sarah and her nonprofit employer, New Avenues for Youth, when they transitioned from a subterranean space to a shiny, newly renovated above-ground one.
Around that same time, I got hired to do a superhero-ish character design, and I used a pretty similar process for its execution.