mondo gallery : pulp menagerie : daredevil


these daredevil prints are part of pulp menagerie, my new solo show opening this friday at the mondo gallery in austin, tx.

daredevil is, hands down, my favorite superhero and i’m thrilled to have had the chance to take a swing at celebrating his rich legacy.

both editions of the poster will be available at the pulp menagerie, opening this friday. any copies remaining after the opening will be available online in the near future at mondo.

> pulp menagerie
opening reception: may 22
time: 7–10PM
location: mondo gallery
address: 4115 guadalupe st. / austin, TX 78751

nautilus art prints : mon oncle


kudos to nautilus art prints for offering me an assignment that forced me outside of my wheelhouse.

despite being wildly popular in europe, jacques tati‘s films had never pinged on my radar. having no background with the films, nautilus owners jack and laurent suggested i tackle “mon oncle”, one of the most revered and visually rich in tati’s canon. jumping into a pop culture property with zero prior knowledge of the subject was a unique and refreshing experience. i hope that experience shows in the final print.

all editions go on sale 5/1 in the nautilus art prints shop.

> regular edition info
size:
36″ x 24″
medium: 7-color screenprint
stock: cougar natural 100C
edition: limited, 150

> variant edition info
size:
36″ x 24″
medium: 7-color screenprint
stock: cougar natural 100C
edition: limited, 58

mondo gallery : pulp menagerie

i’m beyond excited to show the first specimens from “pulp menagerie”, my new solo show at the mondo gallery in austin, tx.

the term “pulp menagerie” speaks to the varied subject matter on exhibit. the pieces are akin to the diverse, exotic creatures and curiosities that were captured, groomed and showcased in the royal menageries of the middle ages. also featured will be some truly unique in-gallery visuals that ascend the theme to a new dimension, so stay tuned.

i’ll be at the opening reception on may 22 and look forward to meeting many of you fine folks in person. can’t wait.




> pulp menagerie
opening reception: may 22
time: 7–10PM
location: mondo gallery
address: 4115 guadalupe st. / austin, TX 78751

mondo gallery : pulp menagerie


i’m beyond excited to announce “pulp menagerie”, my new solo show at the mondo gallery in austin, TX.

i’ll be in attendance for the opening and can’t wait to show off all of the new work i’ve been cranking on for the past few months.

more updates soon.

> show info
opening reception: may 22, 2015
time: 7-10PM
location: mondo gallery
address: 4115 guadalupe st / austin, TX 78751

dark hall mansion : a boy named charlie brown


dark hall mansion have once again asked me to visit charles schulz’ world, this time illustrating a print for the 1969 animated musical, “a boy named charlie brown”.

this is the first full-length peanuts feature film i’ve worked with. the longer run time (as opposed to the half-hour holiday specials that i created posters for in the past) means there are loads of visuals and scenes to choose from. i’m especially proud of the story-strip at the bottom that chronicles chuck’s rise and (inevitable) fall.

it’s always great to hang with the peanuts gang.

all editions of the print will drop on thursday, march 12. full info follows.

> regular edition info
size:
24″ x 18″
medium: 8-color screenprint
stock: cougar natural 100C
edition: limited, 285
maple wood edition: limited, 10

> variant edition info
size:
24″ x 18″
medium: 8-color screenprint
stock: cougar natural 100C
edition: limited, 50

maple wood edition: limited, 10

> release info
date:
thursday, march 12, 2015
where: dark hall mansion store
time: 9:30AM PST

global knowledge : be a force

as i begin to work on my 2015 collaboration with global knowledge, i’m reminded that i never posted the campaign that we created in 2014.

so, here it is.

my art director gave me ’70s sci-fi as a theme and let me run wild with it.

when global knowledge exhibits at an industry show (such as cisco live) where they are interacting with students or potential students, they leverage the poster art and accompanying t-shirt design. given that their existing brand name and image is very strong in this space, they feel comfortable presenting themselves in a fun or edgy way.

they also use the art in their training centers, again a direct interaction with students, presenting them in a topical or cool way for a geeky/comic book/video game/sci-fi crowd. for a company that still values its strong corporate image, being able to interact with students in this manner has proven to bridge the gap between training they have to take and training they want to take.