Ford commissioned me to make a series of visualizations for their new Ecoboost engine line. The Ecoboost is a small turbocharged engine that puts out a lot of power in an economic package.
This project went very smoothly. The fine folks at Disney*ABC said “fashion mag” style, and the design pretty much designed itself.
I got to hand-draw stuff on the ol’ Wacom to indirectly help African kids. Tom’s shoes everyone!
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.
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!
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.
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.
A classy online store front page with a classy, semi-masculine feel to it.
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.
This eCommerce design takes a sharp, refined style; however, it supports instead of outshining the beautiful Visconti pens it showcases.