Part of the ARTDOCS Benefit Auction 2011 materials. Like the + logo, the x-ray hands were an asset provided to me by ARTDOCS.
ARTDOCS is a non-profit that offers health care to artists that cannot afford insurance. I was approached to do their print materials for their 2011 Benefit Auction. They needed an 8.5×11 inch bi-fold program, 4×6 inch postcard, 11×17 inch poster, and a 6×8 foot banner. Their logo and the “x-ray hands” assets as well as […]
It’s a diagram of an old clock where the numbers flip down. Also, a gnome lives inside.
My friend Sara is a fan of Medusa mythology. Not exactly serpents for hair but I opted for a somewhat interpretive Medusa.
I love my older sister, Lisa. We had our ups and downs growing up and I think that’s fair. Inspired by The Pain and the Great One, we would regularly bicker over just which one of us was the pain.
For Nancy, this is the fourth poster in the birthday series. I wanted to try another art deco-like travel poster that she could put in her condo.
This banner has a proud place outside our classroom and is a regular fixture when we go traveling to promote Family & Community Medicine at Tulane University.
This poster for my dad is the third I’ve made in my birthday series. My apartment is a block off St. Charles which has the world’s longest, continuously running streetcar line down the middle of it.
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.
Faculty in my department organized a 2nd line band to open the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine conference in New Orleans. The Match Day medallions went over well and I was given the chance to make a new one for the conference. We made about two dozen of these and threw them into the […]
Match Day falls very close to Mardi Gras and the idea came up that our new, in-house graphic designer (me) could make a medallion to string on some beads. And then I learned about Shrinky Dinks.
This is the 2nd of my annual Christmas cards. It has been a pretty relaxed year and the card reflects that.
The flier advertising a luau for my sister’s church in Tennessee.
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. […]
Boone is planning to update their corporate website. With a new front-end will also come a new back-end and since we’re moving all of the newspapers WordPress, we’ll deploy it here as well.
Just a quick illustration of an orange, bug-eyed monster I put together for a desktop wallpaper.