Custom illustration I created for a 404 page. We were having a bit of a raccoon problem at the time.
I started doing a series of posters - one for each episode of Firefly. I wanted them to look a little like retro movie posters, with a Forbidden Planet kind of vibe. So far I'm up to Jaynestown.
You can purchase Firefly posters from the shop, or other rando merch like tote bags and framed prints from my society 6 page.
Our Mrs. Reynolds
The Train Job
The team at NetworkKing needed some portraits for their new website ASAP.
I always like to work on projects where we have a bit more time to talk about what a group needs from their photos (what kind of feeling you want to portray, where you plan to use them, etc.).
But sometimes you just need a good looking headshot, and you need it right now. So we knocked these out right in their office, in less than an hour.
Jason Chandler asked me why I hadn't made a Frustrators shirt yet, and so I made this Frustrators shirt. Inspired by their song "Brown Mercury Comet."
Let it Go
I pulled some lyrics that I really liked from a White Wives song called "Let it Go." Not to be confused with the hit song from Disney's Frozen.
I wanted to work on illustrating people (and making those illustrations actually look like specific people). I happened to have a magazine with Billie Joe Armstrong on the cover, so I used that and Frankensteined together a few other reference photos to get it set up the way I wanted.
So now I have this illustrated portrait that is not at all stalkery, Mr. Amstrong, honest. I'm a big fan of your work, sir, please don't call the police.
I made this as a one-off for myself. PHGP made a point of not releasing much merch, and encouraged fans to DIY it. So I designed this graphic inspired by their song New Blood.
Carney + Co
I spent the afternoon taking some behind the scenes shots at Carney + Co in Greensburg for them to use on their website and social media accounts.
The guys started playing vintage baseball - effectively, baseball played by 1840s rules - and John wanted to dress the part. So he grew out a Snidely Whiplash mustache. He then declared that he was never, ever doing it again, so I best get some photo documentation. We set up the studio gear in the living room, and as you can see, he took it very seriously. I also made sure to get some good shots of the 'stache in action.
Bobby Joe Ebola Book Cover
My art direction for this was "can you draw us a rabbit smoking a cigarette?" And my answer was "yes, of course I can." While they ultimately went with a different cover for the book, I did end up doing several interior illustrations for it.