Illustrating or creating iconography for projects is always a fun bonus. As with my other design work, my approach to illustration is quick, clean (unless the project calls for something messy), and versatile.
My dog is my muse.
Guff is my English bulldog/pug mix rescue gremlin. He is my favorite thing to draw. He is also the boss of me. So while this illustration, which I sell on shirts and prints, is not technically client work, I’m counting it.
Wikimedia 2016 Annual Report illustrations.
The illustrations accompanied 10 key facts from Wikimedia’s 2016 annual report. For instance, did you know that “Okay” is the most widely understood word in the world, or that half of refugees are school aged?
2016 Digital trends illustrations
Created for The OutCast Agency‘s 2016 digital trend report, these clean line drawings represent tech topics like VR, drones, and self-driving cars.
Rejected moon creatures.
These little moon monsters are part of a rejected concept for a motiongraphic. Rejected or not, I think they’re out of this world.
Shut the fuck up for a second.
St. Fufas started as an inside joke with coworkers and became a print and merch. He’s a combination of Medieval woodcut, hand sketching, and vector illustration. He’s also proof that if we work together long enough, I will end up illustrating or Photoshopping our jokes.
I told you. Guff is my favorite thing to draw. It’s Guffmas all year round in my heart.