I did the recent cover of Fort Worth Weekly for a very Texas like story. There are a group of Prairie conservatives who are upset that they are building a new highway through the prairie which displaces animals and insects that inhabit the area. I really wanted to make a horrifying image demonizing the construction for this cover. Look out butterfly!
Art Director: Bonnie Mays
Here’s a new one for Seven Days for an article about sound therapy and how using a tuning fork can relieve stress. The practice is called biotuning if you were looking for something interesting to wiki this afternoon.
Art Director: Aaron Strewsbury
My best friend Dani Diendorf asked me to draw a portrait of her. I felt flattered and was glad to do so.
Here is something new that I did for Atlanta Magazine. We’ve all walked into rooms and forgotten what for or lost our keys. The essay is about little things you can do to improve your memory and keep it sharp.
Art Direction: Kristin Kellogg
My latest piece for the Globe & Mail is a pretty poetic image. It’s for a story about a man who catches a foul ball with his bare hand. After which a family above him asked if he could give the ball away to their daughter. Both the act of catching the foul ball and giving it away caused cheers among his fellow attendees.
Art Director: Matthew French
Here is another alternative record cover design that will not go to print. If you play in a band and would like to use it let me know. I’d love to see this get printed for someone’s record.
Here is a series of illustrations I created for the NY Times Style section cover and back page. It’s for an article about the uprise of positive click bait websites like Thought Catalog and Upworthy. They are a reaction to how negative and destructive the internet can be. The creation of websites that show inspiring videos and empowering images might make the internet a more uplifting place.
Art Director: Barbara Richer + Bernadette Dasheill
I got to do an illustration about road rage for Houstonia Magazine. This concept came very easily to me. Had so much fun doing all of the detailing on those bedazzled brass knuckles and paint on the keys to make them look like they keyed a few cars.
Art Director: Alese Pickering
Here is an illustration I created for Family Circle Magazine. Unfortunately the article got pulled after I completed the image. It happens from time to time. The illustration is for an essay on various ways to help guide your teenager to make better financial choices now that will later help them as an adult.
Art Director: Alida Masuck