target : giftcards


i had the opportunity to illustrate a few new giftcards for target.

the “treat yourself” design is a die cut card printed with metallic silver ink and comes on a custom carrier. the samples that i just received look supersnazzy.

the “patternshift” design is a lenticular card that changes as you tilt it in your hand. and that’s just fancy.

both are on store shelves now. go get ‘em!

scatterlight : hercules : end credits

last spring, scatterlight studios approached me to develop the end credit sequence for last summer’s big budget “hercules”.

each group of images shown here represents one of hercules’ twelve labors. all of the animated labors would have been realized over the course of the end credits. the images that i created were keyframes meant to suggest how the action would play out when each labor was fully realized.

ultimately, director brett ratner chose a different style for the project, but overall, this was a great experience for me. it allowed me to test my storytelling skills as well as conceptualize images for motion graphics, a whole different beast from the static visuals that i usually create.

looking forward to partnering with scatterlight studios on more projects in the future.


the black keys : kansas city, MO


i’m honored to once again be a part of the black keys tour poster series. this print is for their december 21 stop in kansas city, MO.

i used the pony express (founded in close proximity to kansas city) as a metaphor for the urgency and dynamism that the band displays while playing live.

all copies will go on sale in my shop on tuesday, january 6, 2015.

> regular edition info
size:
18″ x 24″
medium: 5-color screenprint
stock: french construction cement green 100C
edition: limited, 345

> variant edition info
size:
18″ x 24″
medium: 5-color screenprint
stock: french construction cement green 100C
edition: limited, 36

dark hall mansion : the twilight zone : living doll


with the annual year-end marathon fast approaching, now is a great time to show off “living doll”, the next print in my dark hall mansion / twilight zone series.

this is one of the creepiest-ass episodes of the entire series and seems to stick with people long after they’ve finished watching it. i wanted to juxtapose that indelible impression with the retro toy packaging of the ’50s/’60s to create something that is both visually engaging and pure evil. so, enjoy.

the prints are available through dark hall mansion as a 10-poster subscription that will continue through 2015.

> regular edition info
size:
24″ x 18″
medium: 4-color screenprint
stock: cougar natural 100C
edition: limited, 230

> variant edition info
size:
24″ x 18″
medium: 4-color screenprint with metallics
stock: cougar bright white 100C
edition: limited, 70

aopa : the next 75

here’s a fun, full-page illustration that i worked on for aopa earlier this year.

the assignment called for a look at the future of aviation innovation, including concept aircraft, eco-fuel options and instrument metamorphosis.