I was honored to have my illustrated map of Buffalo featured in the Buffalo News! I recently sat down with Colin Dabkowski to discuss Buffalo landmarks, map-making, and Rust Belt pride. Check out the link to the article below, as well as links to view a high-res version of the map and a link to where […]
I was recently asked by USB Memory Direct to contribute artwork to their custom artist line of USB drives. These super cool drives are about the size & thickness of a credit card, hold 8GB of memory, and feature my original artwork on both sides. I’ll be giving some away as promo pieces. Contact me […]
Yards PYNK, featuring my artwork on the label, is currently available at the brewery and will hit shelves in early August. What’s more, $1 from every case will go toward breast cancer research. Good art, good beer, and a good cause! Read the Philly Mag writeup here.
German book publisher Klett-Cotta recently asked me to illustrate the cover and chapter openers for the German edition of Funerals to Die For by Kathy Benjamin. The book was a ton of fun to work on, and it’s a morbidly entertaining read. Thanks to the good folks at Klett-Cotta for the opportunity! You can view […]
Last year, I was asked by San Diego-based Vitro Agency to create a series of illustrations to help promote Wild Turkey’s new spiced bourbon. The images were turned into animated gifs and used on The Island of Kentucky promotional website. It was an honor getting to work on such an iconic brand and great fun […]
2013. What a year. Miley twerked! Snowden talked! Healthcare.gov tanked! So when I was approached by Beutler Ink to create an image highlighting some of the most memorable events and personalities from the past year, I jumped at the chance. The task was daunting. Illustrate a scene mishmashing all of the major news stories from […]
I recently had the opportunity to collaborate with one of my favorite designer/illustrators, Timba Smits, for UK-based Little White Lies Magazine. The issue, which centered around the release of Woody Allen’s new film Blue Jasmine, consisted of five black & white portraits accompanying essays about different aspects of the director’s life and career. It was […]