Gelatine, sugar, artificial flavoring, glycerine, artificial coloring.
The first in a series of ferocious gummi bear sculptures made from over five kilograms melted Haribo Goldbären.
Editorial image illustrating the modern mafia in Mumbai, India.
Homemade "desi" or "katta" guns, A Ponzi scheme pyramid diagram written in Marathi, the Mumbai police patch, the lotus logo of Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (filling with rupees), and Mumbai's billion dollar Antilla high rise.
Animated logo of based around the iconic "drinking bird" toy for an upcoming online literary magazine about drinking called Open Container.
Artwork: Perrin Ireland
I was proud to animate Perrin Ireland's beautiful paintings for the NRDC's video about life in the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument off the coast of Cape Cod.
The Natural Resources Defense Council is doing incredibly important policy work to save the United States' marine National Monuments from the Trump administration opening them up to oil/gas drilling and industrial fishing.
Collection of a few personal and commercial projects I've made over the past few years.
Illustrations from an ongoing series on major environmental topics for The Beam Magazine
Playing with color, light and shadow from above a central walkway in a dying mall.
Gif celebrating the end of 2016
Experimenting with Masonic imagery and the DayGlo coloring of a black light poster.
According to Masonic tradition, Hiram Abiff was the master mason and architect of the temple of Solomon, who was murdered by three lower stonemasons when he refused to reveal the secrets of his masterful construction. Most imagery used within the secret society refers to symbolism based around this legend.
Incorporating the Eye of Providence, compass, square, sprig of acaia, plum bob, trowel, hammer and sun/moon motifs used throughout much of Freemasonry.
Many of the icons were in part a tribute to the wonderful and bizarre Masonic wristwatches produced by Swiss clockmaker Girard Perregau in the 1950s.
I was commissioned to create a series of icons for the 2017 annual food issue based on some of the best culinary items in Berlin.
Their "Ship It" India Pale Ale was inspired by the popular internet meme among developers.
I wanted to make sure that the hand motif would run tie the two thematically together.
Custom typography for Marlais for his cassette "Warm at Last"
I was asked to create letterforms that felt like a contemporary take on classical letterforms, in the same way that Marlais' music is a contemporary electronic interpretation of traditional English folk music.
Cover art by Kes Kennedy
Art Direction: Zu Kalinowska
Directed by: Rob Blake and Zu Kalinowska
I was commissioned to design and construct the sliding apparatus out of laser cut acrylic as well as design the kinegrams and cylindrical mirror distortions for their inventive video promoting OpenType fonts now being supported on the web.
Tribute with Adam Wise to my all-time favorite favorite comedy sketch: Girl Drink Drunk by Kids in the Hall.
Selected images from a poster showing off cultural icons of 32 European countries for a poster about studying abroad in Europe.
Exploring the aesthetics of the controversial red light traffic cameras in Albuquerque, New Mexico. One year later the "Safe Traffic Operations Program" (STOP) was brought to an end, after actually increasing traffic problems and ciricisms of it working like an extortion scheme.
A plaque showing the initial milliseconds of the first atomic explosion in the spot where it happened.
Logo for Heist, an piece of multi-touch software Ideum created for the National Science Foundation funded interactive museum exhibit initiative Open Exhibits, which allowed users to take images from a touch table away with them on their mobile devices.
Art direction and illustration for the annual city guide. Combining Pueblo deco motifs with a contemporary sensibility true to the city.
Client: New Mexico Clay Festival
I was commissioned to create a logotype for the 2014 Neo-Mimbreño art exhibition, based around motifs featured in the pottery of the Mimbres people from 550 and 1150 CE.
NEO-MIMBREÑO 2014 is a juried fine art exhibition of contemporary works influenced or inspired by designs of the ancient Mimbres potters of the Southwest. Artists are especially encouraged to creatively reinterpret, personalize, or carry the Mimbreño vision into new formats and media.
Works for NEO-MIMBREÑO 2014 will be shown at two venues, the Western New Mexico University Museum and McCray Gallery, on the WNMU campus during the Silver City CLAY Festival.