I had the pleasure of doing another cover for June 2013's What’s Up! Magazine. It's always fun working with Brent and the folks at What's Up!
Kickstart That Knee
I put together a campaign to raise funds for my friends knee surgery. I made the initial campaign video with Studio 53's Paper app and followed that up with a series of short videos. Once we raised enough for the surgery, I worked with Jim LePage to design letterpressed drink coasters as campaign rewards. The 2-color coasters were hand-pressed 4 times and were only available to campaign contributors.
Old & New Project
I am happy to be a part of the 3rd round of the Old and New project, a collaborative design project based on Biblical passages, curated by my friend Jim LePage and Troy Deshano. My submission is for 1 Samuel 3 when Samuel hears the voice of the Lord in the temple.
I beat out the competition and landed the job of creating the logo and identity for my wife's midwifery practice. The goal was to create a friendly and modern identity that pays respect to one of the oldest professions while being accessible to the uninitiated. It just so happens that whales have the second longest gestational period of all mammals, they often have another whale assisting as a midwife of sorts and of course they have water births.
My most favorable shoes. From the ol' Moleskin.
Verse Of The Day
Various illustrations done for Logos Bible Software.
What's Up! 2011
An illustrated cover for the December 2011 issue of best monthly music periodical in Bellingham, WA.
February Birds album art featuring a hand-embroidered bird cage on linen.
My grandpa was born when real men walked the street. He made stuff with their hands. He fixed stuff that needed fixing.
I build a letterpress and printed my own save-the-dates and wedding invites. I had no idea how much I would come to love printing. You can check out the homemade press in action here.
Various show posters from over the years.
The Color Scheme
6-panel digipak album art for The Color Scheme record.
S.T.O.P. Shrink Comic
S.T.O.P. Shrink training comic for Haggen Grocery Store. I worked with Dominion Pictures to develop the 8 page comic as a training tool for the PNW based grocery store. Though ultimately effective, it proved cost preventative for the company.