This was side work for a fishing boat.
I went for a sketch and watercolor effect for the art on the front of the card. Bonus: “Happy Holidays” was done in red foil on the printed cards (not pictured here).
This year’s Christmas card theme was to recapture the 80’s vibe. See cards from past years.
This poster was made as part of the campaign to celebrate 100 years of the Earnest Holmes tow truck.
This is a large banner celebrating 100 years of the Ernest Holmes tow truck. It was originally intended to be a magazine ad.
This year I wanted to channel my first Christmas card with the pose, subtle humor, and a nod to Mucha’s art nouveau style. I hope to revisit this several more times. See cards from past years.
The feud continues as Blue Bear and my sister lay a devious ambush. Be sure to see the others in this series.
A remix of my Tennessee print from 2012.
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.
Part of a series of tank top prints for Laura. Includes Smugglin’ Turtles, Watermelon Seeds, and Copying.
Christmas is here and so is our card. If these period pieces keep coming up we’ll be cave paintings before long.
My sister is getting her MBA from Milligan and asked if I would help make a poster that she could give to everyone in her program.
For my sister’s birthday I thought I should compose a response and turn the tables on last year’s print. How will she regain the upper hand? Stay tuned!
Louisiana is known as the “Pelican State” and so I set to revise my Florida poster.
Though intended to be a travel poster like the other two, this is the third in my Psychonauts series.
Inspired by the Black Velvetopia level in Psychonauts, this is the second in a series of three travel posters.