This was an interesting assignment. I enjoyed the challenge but definitely didn’t enjoy the subject matter. I was almost sick to my stomach when reading about this dark time in East St. Louis. It’s another eye opening moment in history that reminds us to just love one another and treat EVERYONE with love and the respect we’d want for ourselves. You can learn more at Wikipedia or just Googling 1917 race riots in East St. Louis.
This one was about ruthless out of control CEOs.
This was a really fun piece I did for Portland Monthly mag. It was a tribute to the year the Blazers brought the NBA championship home. Fun looking at the historical footage. There’s also a cool documentary about the team.
This was for a story in the New York Times travel section about the writers road trip around Florida.
Here was a fun illustration for Outside Magazine’s website to go with a story about one of their writers going to a Happy Summit in Florida. I think the image speaks for itself.
This was a fun piece I got to do for GQ magazine. Best part is I’m a subscriber and so getting the issue I’m worked for in the mail is super cool as always.
Full Page and quarter page.
This was a fun feature for a story about the last hermit found living in a forest in Maine. He had been living a life of solitude for 27 years or so in the forest. Surviving mostly by stealing from houses near by. Finally found and arrested.
I did this fun postcard for a Nickelodeon event as part of Super Bowl 51 weekend. Nickelodeon approached me to create this image for the back of a postcard promoting their Superstar Slime Showdown. It’s always fun to draw people doing action things.
Postcard Front and Back
This was a fun one about new diets that are centred around eating more fat.