Heads up, Blog. I recently submitted a piece to Manifest Equality’s contest and just found out I’m one of the winners (which is unbelievable). Some of the judges included Shepard Fairey, Ed Ruscha, David Pagel, and even the mayor of Los Angeles. For those who don’t know, Manifest Equality is a HUGE show that’s going to take place in LA next week that centers on themes...
Sup Blog. My body was hit with a brick called food poisoning on Saturday, and I’ve just been trying to regather my strength since. In the meantime, here is an all-over print utilizing a background pattern I created the other day for a website gig. It’s comprised of a series of seemingly unrelated doodles which include a lightning bolt, bear trap, cloud, cross bones, raindrop, and...
The Manhattan (+Brooklyn) Project
Hey Blog. This is a piece I just finished for Time Out New York for their Brooklyn vs Manhattan issue. It’s a map of the two boroughs that supposes the effects of their connecting bridges collapsing, halting the exchange of people and products between them. It’s fairly humorous, and was fun to do because of all the little drawings (and I rarely ever design maps). Each one is numbered...
Wide Open ...or... Third TIme's a Charm
What’s up Blog? Here’s a third piece I executed for Alfa Romeo’s 100th anniversary exhibition taking place in Milan, Italy. It’s entitled “Wide Open”. I did it in lieu of having my second piece rejected, which I actually find more funny than disappointing. Speaking of funny, this piece is the most humorous of the three, but I got really ambitious with some...
Magical Pencil Indeed
Ah, it’s the end of the week again Blog. I was at The Society of Illustrators for their Jazz & Sketch night last night and greatly enjoyed myself as always. I tried something slightly different from usual and did most of my drawings with a Magic Pencil, which is usually found in high schools and beginner art classes, but is ridiculously fun. Also, if it’s good enough for Milton...
The Illustrated Urban Dictionary pt. 2
Sup Blog. Here are two more additions to the Illustrated Urban Dictionary series. Someone close suggested that I do “swagger”, which made me laugh. Enjoy.