I got to hand-draw stuff on the ol’ Wacom to indirectly help African kids. Tom’s shoes everyone!
This project went very smoothly. The fine folks at Disney*ABC said “fashion mag” style, and the design pretty much designed itself.
This identity (logo, website) was designed for Merrick. He’s a hip programmer that stays abreast of an ever-changing industry. We wanted something scalable, responsive, and minimal. He was very happy with the result, and I enjoyed the level of trust and creative freedom I was granted.
One of those projects that feels more like play than work. I illustrated these based on Godzilla and Son of Godzilla. The logo is for hip-hop artists out of Phoenix, AZ.
Tl;dr: If it were legal to grow pot people would waste less energy secretly growing it indoors.
I’ve seen a lot of automotive peripherals using the ribbon motif. I think it works really well for that sharp, classy “new car” feel. Combine that with the award show content of this graphic and we have a winner!
A classy online store front page with a classy, semi-masculine feel to it.
Just wanted to experiment with that 60′s western type aesthetic. Even better, since Sports Illustrated has been using Knockout (or Champion) from Hoefler for a long time. Knockout is a woodcut, western style typeface which I used here among other typefaces.
Did this to test out a new technique in Illustrator—and because pixelly art will always be close to my heart. 80′s child!
I am at times overtly fascinated with photoshop trickery. It’s always good to have a smorgasbord of fancy techniques up your sleeve—for any occasion.