Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The Night Bus

Here's a drawing I did last night. I'm working on a series of b&w drawings in the style of a drawing a did a while back called "The Cubicle". I enjoy working in this detailed style every now and then. These drawings are going to be more narrative in nature and more about personal feelings. I hope you enjoy.

In other news, I updated my website with some new work, so check it out if you have some extra time. I not only added stuff to the top, but also within some of the click around :)

Saturday, March 26, 2011


I designed these two tattoos for a friend of mine. I'm going to go with him when he gets them done! :)
So excited!

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Interview with The Small Print Review

I did a little interview with The Small Print Review about the year 2010.
Below is a screenshot and click here to go to the online publication.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Tattooman Framed!

Someone bought a print from my online store and recently sent me a picture of the frame they put it in...I have to say I LOVE the green color choice! :)

Saturday, March 19, 2011

OC Weekly - Fair Games

This is the cover for this week's issues of OC Weekly, a new client! The article I was given was about a corruption scandal involving the public fair grounds being sold to private investors. Shady things were happening with politicians and local businessmen...the article itself was pretty complicated.

My idea was to draw a poster in the style of a circus/fair poster that had symbols that alluded to things in the cover story. Money exchanging hands came to mind, a ferris wheel, and some of the animals that were showcased at this californian fairgrounds.

One of my friends, Tyler Spangler, in California saw the paper and was nice enough to take a picture! He's an excellent artist in his own right, check his work out here.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011


This project has been going on and off for a while now and finally came to a resolution this weekend! I worked with Bassnectar, a one man electronica-type band to design a poster or album. Initially he had absolutely no art direction and just said he really liked my collage work, which was interesting, because I've never done that sort of work commercially before. I really enjoyed the challenge - and in fact, it was kinda a break for me from drawing!

Anyways, all the bottom images you see here are my attempt at getting something he liked...unsuccessfully. Up top you finally see a poster I designed for his upcoming concer in Denver at the Red Rocks. This is the final approved design. I really enjoyed the process as it was totally different from anything I ever did before.

Crazy Face Tees!

I created this design a while back but now its back and available for purchase! A British brand, Young Gifted & Slack, printed up two color options, each for men and women. For the mint on black, click here. For white on black, click here.

I have a lot of updates coming...I've just had no time to update my blog!