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Friday, June 25, 2010


And to pick things up again, here are some drawings.

'Wrap your arms around the one you love'
Charles Bukowski-
Two Topless People

all pencil, and caligraphic nib pen

Had to photograph them since I don't have the same access to a flatbed scanner as I do during the school year, so they're a little fuzzy.

More to come.


Wednesday, June 16, 2010

People of Interest

Pencil, ballpoint pen, india ink, and acrylic red ink

Holy Be-geesus!

I am a horribly inconsistent blogger. I'll work on it.

A lot has happened since my last post. Went to New York. The trip was...un-bloggable.

un - blogg - able
causing such excitement than one cannot fully explain it in a post; crazy

I've temporarily re-located to Toronto and started an internship at a design firm. Good times.
I will be resuming my usual posts of sketches and other drawings of interest shortly. Thanks for being patient, unless you have completely written me off.


Friday, April 30, 2010

Jack White Portrait

Just finished this portrait of Jack White.

I put the decorative type in as kind of a trial. Might try and work it into a Band poster and hand draw the type. Try to emulate some floral embroidery on the jacket.

Kinda like it though.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Couple Mockups

Here are a couple of mockups for some design work I did earlier in the year.
The first, a poster for an exhibit on the International Typographic Style (swiss style)
The second, a transit ad for the Cap U Theatre Company, Exit 22

Spoon Monster

Forgot about this illustration I did a while back for fun, or it might have been an assignment, can't remember. Anyways, Britt Daniels, Jim James, and M Ward

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Red in The Back

One of the basics of color theory is that cool-colors recede, while warm ones move towards the foreground. Sometimes I like to switch it up and use a really warm color in the background. The result can be really interesting, especially when it's only linework.

Christian Bale,

pen, pencil, ink