Friday, September 26, 2008

new illustration


one of many new illustrations to join the family at

new projects

textile design for destineau swimwear

For the past year or so, I've had the great pleasure of working with a fantastic team on developing and creating a swimwear line that celebrates vacation destinations around the globe. I was given complete creative freedom (wha?!) to evoke the mood of every suit's unique locale (my favorite is South Beach, Miami!), thus creating a collection of work that touches all corners of the world, but is still grounded in it's common aesthetic....essentially, my hand.

get to my spiffed up, ramped up, newly updated website to see my work, the collection and more photos from the destineau shoot.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

new lettering

Monday, September 15, 2008


some sketchbook work making it's way to the hugely updated website
(coming very very soon)
be on the lookout...

spectacles, testicles, wallet and watch

tangled up in you


i love you too.

Panorama Press

Jordin Isip (one half of the duo that conceived of the Panorama Project)
poses in front of the project

(photo: Juxtapoz)

check out some more words and pictures here:
Jonathan LeVine Gallery
The Art Collectors

Sunday, September 7, 2008

quite a group, group show

Panorama Project 3

at Jonathan LeVine Gallery
curated by Jordin Isip + Rodger Stevens
september 6-october 4, 2008

If you're in New York or the surrounding area and can get to this show in person, you won't be disappointed.
134 artists, one continuous piece. Pshaw.

(Otherwise, visit the gallery's site here to read about and view the amazing exhibition online.)

Here is the piece I contributed to the Panorama...

Please, come sit with me
mixed media on wood
5" x 7"

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Keep your arms and legs inside the car at all times

An alternate piece created for explore magazine's article
Man vs. Behemoth

I've been dying to ride Wonderland's new beast, but haven't had a chance.
Still felt quite a coaster rush just doing the research...
Medics and anti-nausea pills were close at hand.

See the final version in the upcoming issue of explore (and online soon)