8x10" - Acrylic Paint, Spray Paint, Paint Markers & Sharpie on Canvas. Painted in 2011.
This piece was first sketched with ultra-fine Sharpies on natural recycle paper. It was then scanned into the computer to be colored digitally and sized up.
12 x 12" - Acryllic Paint, Paint Markers, Sharpie Brushes on Canvas
This piece, will be on display at Artform Gallery's upcoming exhibition "Politically Incorrect" with all proceeds being donated to Amnesty International Pittsburgh and the Brother's Brother Foundation with the show opening on Saturday March 1st.
There will also be a food drive that evening for the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank so be sure to bring some canned goods!
Uncle Skam was created for AIGA's 2012 Go Vote campaign, a national initiative to basically get more people to vote on 11/6/12. I illustrated this while at Wall-to-Wall Studios.
Note: The numbers 11-6-12 are used to make up the tongue and the teeth. There are also some other subliminal elements hidden amongst this illustration.
I was approached by my good friend, Jake Corrick, to design the Logo and Identity for Misfit Monsters & Model Kits.
He is a professional horror sculptor & designer, already well known and respected among the sculpting community.
Jake Corrick is the youngest contestant on Syfy Channel's newest reality hit, Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge. You can check out the show March 25, 2014 at 10PM.
Learn More about Jake and Misfit Monsters & Model Kits:
When my friends Slack & Tiff told me they were quitting their jobs, selling their house, and moving their 4 children and entire life to the beach to be hippies on the boardwalk.....I was a bit skeptical (But endlessly supportive.)
Then DreamWeaver in Ocean City, MD was born in 2012 and was a HUGE success. They approached me to design a "Freeform but Professional" logo and signage.
Two years and 2 more locations expected to open within 2014 in Ocean City, MD, DreamWeaver has been a huge success, bringing in countless customers and spreading their positive energy to everyone they meet.
R&R Specialty Foods approached me to illustrate a friendly mascot to be the face of their company.
I was instructed to include a chef hat, glasses, bow tie and a conductor's baton. The client wanted to connect with their audience on the same level as the Geico Gecko.