Monday, August 24, 2009

Time Out New York Kids - August issue

A few new illos done for a recent Time Out NY Kids feature on tips for getting your kid organized and back to school. Full article can be seen on the TONY Kids website here - LINK.

Friday, August 21, 2009


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You can see what prints are currently available HERE.


March : Ojay - Tiny Pimp

April : Juana - Gardener On Potato Island

May : Alissa - Poor Little Calamari, Elvina - Robot Pirate, Toby - Unlikely Lovers, and Ann - Tiny Pimp

June : Wendi - Unlikely Lovers, Daniel - A Beacon Of Hope, and Alex - Thirst

July : Giselle - Fly Fishing

August : Amandine - Steve Was Not Double-Jointed, Jeannie - Let the Horns Blow

September : TBA

Thursday, August 20, 2009

The Green Scene - STL Magazine

Three spot illos done for the July issue at St. Louis Magazine. The first was for a section highlighting St. Louis farmer's markets, the second for a Missouri based electric car company, and the third for a piece on a campus wide bottle ban at Washington University.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Weinerfest 2009

It's that time of year again! How this homegrown operation has made it to its 4th consecutive year in a row now I really can't explain. What I can tell you is that massive amounts of hotdogs and adult beverages get consumed at this american flag waving event. Every year this thing grows larger and I get the pleasure of putting together the promo materials for it. Here's the front of this years mailer/poster... with an emphasis on healthy living of course.

Check out the previous years here too: 2008 | 2007 | 2006

Monday, August 3, 2009

The Birth of Merman

I got invited by Scott over at Born Magazine to create the cover for the 2009 Issue #2 a little while back. The theme is alway loosely based around "birth". I had something similar to this in one of my sketchbooks that had been patiently waiting to be released on the world. After a little inking, careful planning of proportions, and strategic placement of hairs, this is what I ended up with. Check out Born here -

Prints will be available in the RTD $TORE soon too, so sit tight and dream of all the lonely Mermen that will soon need homes.