This was side work for a fishing boat.
Baton Rouge General and East Jefferson General Hospital offer Family Medicine residency programs affiliated with Tulane University’s School of Medicine. This banner was made for their joint booth at the 2013 AAFP Conference.
My department is broadening its curriculum and promotional posters are a part of the process. These prints hang on the walls here and are available for use by our students and preceptors.
The logo for the fictional 1950’s Hillsboro Metropolitan Zoo.
It’s a battery with a full charge.
I was commissioned to help a client with branding his up-and-coming business, MITE (Motivating Individuals Toward Excellence). Already available were sketches for the logo and several t-shirts. My task was to help smooth some of the edges and illustrate everything in print-friendly formats.
Used in both 2012 and 2013, this medallion was part of the gift bag for Tulane University’s Family Medicine matches.
Part of a series of tank top prints for Laura. Includes Watermelon Seeds, Mama Bear, and Copying.
Part of a series of tank top prints for Laura. Includes Smugglin’ Turtles, Mama Bear, and Copying.
Part of a series of tank top prints for Laura. Includes Smugglin’ Turtles, Watermelon Seeds, and Copying.
Part of a series of tank top prints for Laura. Includes Smugglin’ Turtles, Watermelon Seeds, and Mama Bear.
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.
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.
Last year Ben’s daughter was born on his birthday and commemorating it this year seemed too good an opportunity to miss.
May the 4th be with you! On a whim I put this together and shared it among friends and family.
The back of John’s business card features the logo I created for Windsong Aviation. John likes Canadian Geese and I knew he’d be receptive to having one in his logo.