1. TINY RESISTORS POSTER

    The challenge here was to find a creative way to insert lots of new text into an older piece I had already made for Todd Sickafoose. Really happy with the lettering details and the raw 2-color xerox feel. 

     
  2. TEA TOWELS

    Just back from a short trip to the desert with the family. Pool, sun, beer, and crafting. Yup. Crafting. My sister brought a whole surface pattern kit (fabric paint, stencils, stamps, and brushes) and we ended up in the kitchen for hours, obsessing over various tea towel designs. So much fun. If you want to try this, make sure you get the fluorescent textile inks and a good selection of stencils from Handmade Charlotte and  Plaid Craft.

     
  3. CHIAROSCURO - ROUND 1

    This was my initial cover concept for the latest I Break Horses album. The label and I agreed that the wild color scheme seemed to fit the music nicely, but the messy, jumble of organic shapes was somewhat discordant with the clean, crisp, synth-heavy production of the album.

     
  4. CHIAROSCURO - ROUND 2

    Another colorful variation for the I Break Horses album art I recently finished.

     
  5. ARTS CRAWL

    This is happening in my little corner of Los Angeles. I designed the poster.

     
  6. I BREAK HORSES - CHIAROSCURO

    I designed this album for the Swedish “electro-pop-dance duo” - I Break Horses. Out now on the Bella Union label.

     
  7. OLD BLOWHARD

    I illustrated and hand-lettered this label for a limited-edition bottle as part of the Orphan Barrel Whiskey Project. Find out more about that here if you’re interested.

     
  8. DETAILS

    Old type, gold foil, whales, and lots of little curlicues. Yeah, I had a blast working on this one!

     
  9. PINNED

    Two years ago I designed this T-shirt for the band MEWITHOUTYOU. I kind of forgot all about it until today. I stumbled onto it while I was Pinteresting myself (will that ever be a verb?…too clumsy I suppose)  Turns out you can buy one here.

     
  10. Ballerina Spot

    I’ve been doing lots of little spots for James Truman over at Ritz Carlton Magazine. Each drawing illustrates an essential tourist attraction within or around a featured city. This piece is from a story I did about Moscow (Bolshoi Ballet). While drawing this, I tweeted a work-in-progress pic, and a few of my friends “liked” it. Actually they “favorited” it, but I know it’s not their favorite. Their favorites are probably Da Vinci, or Picasso, or Guston, and I’m OK with that.