Self-promotional weirdness. I thought of this when I saw a man in a dark suit get shit on by a bird.
Anica Cihla, client
Art for a comedian's podcast. Yes I know gazpacho is served cold, but the customer is always right.
Book Jacket Design
Lori Kane, client
Art created for a book about caring for a person with dementia.
Uncelestial CD Cover Illustration
Uncelestial/John Mulhausen, client
I created these for Uncelestial, a side project of San Francisco artist and Terrene frontman John Mulhausen. He provided general concepts of death and rebirth, and I free-associated the ideas from there.
Luke Severeid, client
3-screen image for Tacoma comedian Luke Severeid, based on a photograph.
What's Your Damage podcast, client
Art for a Dungeons & Dragons actual-play podcast. I wanted to return to a more painterly style for this piece. One player character is a rogue with middle-finger daggers, which I decided I had to represent. I was also inspired by the opening sequence from Conan the Barbarian.
The Stranger, client
Illustration accompanying article about Washington State Democrats being "asleep at the wheel" regarding local issues.
Aaron Woodall and Jessa Reed, clients
Thumbnail art for comedy podcast. Former drug addict tried to corrupt former Mormon.
Alyssa Yeoman, client
Thumbnail art for comedy podcast about dating.
Gamers Arcade, client
This graphic was used for a full-window vinyl sign, and the logo itself was used as an overhead backlit storefront sign, for an arcade bar in Spokane, WA. I wanted it to feel like an 80s video arcade throwback.
Solomon Boxer LLC, client
Logo design for Solomon Boxer, an firm that connects scientific researchers to funding. We settled on the concept of an aqueduct, a good metaphor for funneling resources to those who need them.
JoCo Cruise, client
Vinyl backdrop for commemorative photos on cruise ship. JoCo is a "nerd" themed cruise, so the concept was fantasy-related.