The second of two posters, this one is a fair response to Sucker Punch.
Ben was my roommate in college and we played a lot of videogames together. Inspired by a Frogger propaganda poster he gave me for my birthday, I made him this poster (my style) and its response (his style).
This is the first in what will be a series of birthday gift art for friends and family. A portrait of Laura, this is the first completed digital painting I have printed.
This is the 2nd of my annual Christmas cards. It has been a pretty relaxed year and the card reflects that.
The two-part invitation sent out inviting folks to Laura’s party. Thoughts Normally we do things low-key but we decided 2010 is a good year to throw a blow out party and get a lot of people together for Laura. I put together two versions of the invitation with a fun, unconventional, and marginally threatening illustration. […]
Just a quick illustration of an orange, bug-eyed monster I put together for a desktop wallpaper.
This is our first Christmas as a married couple and I wanted to send something original to mark the occasion.
William the cat in his natural and unamused state, wearing a candy corn costume.
Valentine’s cards for Laura featuring William the cat.
Little known Valentine mascot, legends tell of the affectionate armadillo delivering candies and cards to the families of the world.
An inside joke between my dad and his brother, this was printed on several shirts and parodies the fictitious Lemming mascot of Salus University.
An inside joke between my father and his brother for the fictitious Lemmings mascot for Salus University.
An alternate take on Scott’s IT Team cover. Don’t forget the original.
Scott, in a comic book style, preparing to spring into action!
Not-yet-President Barack Obama promised hope, change, and high speed Internet to the masses.
The second “Take Orally…” poster, this one features the same model in surroundings intended to feel like a rave or 80’s light show.
The first of two “Take Orally…” posters, this one features the bikini model in high contrast and a somewhat 80’s pop art style.
The 8.5×11-inch playbill template for The Steam Shovel.