I created a line of faceted home decor inspired by the desert for Five Points, a local creative union that is all about people who make. The three cacti and bull skull are made out of lasered chipboard and available in three different colors: natural, black and copper.
They are selling a limited edition in stores now. Pick one up for yourself here at https://squareup.com/market/5-points-a-creative-union
Sneak peek of the Transformer infographic I illustrated for Fandango.com
To see the whole thing check it out and be sure to leave a comment here
Second Illustration I did for Leah Warshawski, director of Finding Hillywood This is a diptych piece that celebrates her love for the ocean and her husband, Todd Soliday’s love of the mountains.
Illustration I did for Leah Warshawski, director of Finding Hillywood .This is part of a diptych piece that celebrates her love for the ocean and her husband’s love of the mountains.
Can you hear the ocean? Originally these Galapagos island animals were illustrated for the awesome non-profit Phylo Games for their Darwin deck of playing cards.
Now they are also available to you as art prints here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/193280227/galapagos-sea-life-art-print-deal?ref=shop_home_active_1
My last illustration for the Darwin Deck project. This illustration is Darwin Sea Sick. Feel better, you got more discoveries to make!
Check out the awesome non-profit and get a card deck of your own at: http://phylogame.org/
Plant illustrations for for the non profit Phylo Deck . This deck of cards is inspired by the discoveries and animals Darwin found in his trip to the Galapagos Island. Top: Scalesia Pedunculata. Bottom:
Illustration of the marine iguana for the super cool non profit Phylo Deck . This deck of cards is inspired by the discoveries and animals Darwin found in his trip to the Galapagos Island.
Meeting #doodles #wip #sketchbook #illustration
Illustration I recently did for Quest Magazine . Super fun working with art director Christie Kennedy and her team. This publication of their magazine is all about technology developed by the University of Tennessee to create more efficient greener energy.
Just a little teaser to get people excited for the upcoming chess board I designed. Guess which pieces are what, if you dare!
Getting ready to do my first (mini) mural with Derek Hutchison class! Tracing the image onto a big piece of wood.