A remastering of St. Charles Streetcar 1947 from 2011.
A remix of the Georgia print from 2012.
A remastered version of Louisiana which, itself, is a remixed version of Florida from 2011.
A remix of my Tennessee print from 2012.
The logo for the fictional 1950’s Hillsboro Metropolitan Zoo.
The third in a series of John Gilroy-inspired prints celebrating Krewe du Brew. Thoughts I don’t feel I have much more to add that hasn’t already been said in the possum and alligator prints. I did face a new challenge when it came to arranging the crawfish. The plan had been to illustrate the little […]
The second illustration in a series of prints for Krewe du Brew—this one very much a direct homage to a John Gilroy.
An illustration of an alligator stealing a cup of coffee. This is a preview of a series of poster-sized prints for Krewe du Brew, a local coffee shop in New Orleans.
The logo for a fictional coffee shop.
A completed draft of Prytania comic prologue.
A poster inspired by and advertising the streetcar line that runs on Canal Street in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Louisiana is known as the “Pelican State” and so I set to revise my Florida poster.
I made this poster for Laura’s birthday in the style of Florida and Georgia.
You may recall Florida I made for Nancy. Her husband John likes Canadian geese and I thought, thematically, he should have a poster in a similar style to hers.
This was our first year in New Orleans and this card commemorates Laura finishing her masters and me working at Tulane. It’s the third Christmas card I’ve done since getting married.
A little piece I did as a quick exercise to try and make something art deco themed—some wind, mountains, and a sun.
My friend Sara is a fan of Medusa mythology. Not exactly serpents for hair but I opted for a somewhat interpretive Medusa.
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.