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
I made a few designs to run past Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine for their latest tour. There wasn't much of a brief, so I just tried to make things I figured Jello would approve of.
God Hates Jello
Give Me Convenience
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.
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.
Twenty One Pilots Shirt
The brief from twenty one pilots said that they were especially into use of negative space, and hidden messages, so I tried to pull that in where I could.
I really loved the photo of them in the ski masks, so I kind of had to use it. The braille ones read "twenty one pilots," because of course they do.
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."
Peaches Skate Deck
Painted skate deck for a competition at Creative South 2014. The theme was Peaches, of course.
Acrylic on whatever cheap skateboards are made of.
Screens for an iOS app we were working on developing at Carney + Co. We play tested it with dry erase markers and a battlemat.
Shirt design for Green Day, which they licensed and sold on their site for a few years.
Since I'd bought Dookie on a blue cassette tape from the National Record Mart at the mall when it came out, I figured that was as good a direction as any to take the illustration. The artwork is a mix of digital and analog processes.
Festival Unrecord Poster
Illustrated poster for Unrecord's Festival Game. See the post on their website.
The idea was to have music bloggers create their dream festival, picking a location, MC, and bands from a few different categories.
Payload icons illustrated for Astrobotic, site by Carney + Co.
The site was finished shortly before their presentation in Budapest. As such the binary info in data translates to "Budapest? More like BudaBEST."