Rhomes Magazine. Welcoming Spring. Forsythia is one the first harbingers of the season.
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3 of 6 posters for a Pittsburg based theater company. The client wanted all posters to incorporate shadows within the design that would help represent the theme of each play.
"Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris"
Cover illustration for the NY Times about smart car technology.
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Series of "beat boards" done for a production company . The images indicate a rough storyline, style and color palette for an animated film project.
Unpublished illustration for IT client.
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Illustration for NY magazine about the MTA's public transportation proposals for the future.
Illustration for an article on sportsmanship.
New York Times, Ways to make cities healthier in the future
Illustration for IBM announcing new software upgrade
Illustration based on Rosie the Riveter for Richmond magazine article on the growing number of women that are craft brewing.
Personal work. Film noir inspired illustration that shows the sacrifices that one true wine lover made for her favorite wine, and how a corkscrew can conveniently turn into a deadly switchblade.
Personal work. Two of a series of portraits in a more detailed style that are inspired by vernacular architecture and classic roadside signage.
Cover illustration for CFA Magazine. Looking Ahead. How will the next decade effect the markets?
Poster for 2015 Dream Syndicate concert
Illustration for Restaurant News about healthier entries.
A personal project. Rex and his Bad Hair is an ongoing series about a boy and his bad (but always well intentioned hair).
See more here, or read their ibook 'Bad Wave' here. (Links will open in separate windows)
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At the aquarium the fish were oddly fascinated by Bad Hair, and although this made visits there a little awkward, Bad Hair secretly enjoyed the attention.
When they played cards it was rare that Rex ever beat Nadia, and until Bad Hair learned what a poker face was that probably wasn’t going to change anytime soon.
While Rex liked all types of art, his Bad Hair tended to agree with the view that sculpture was something you bumped into while backing up to look at a painting.
Bad Hair and Rex’s friend Nadia were big fans of the film, 2001: A Space Odyssey. Rex, on the other hand, hadn’t yet managed to stay up for the whole movie.
After spending last Halloween stuffed under a pirate hat, Bad Hair was extremely happy to have a more active role in this years costume.