Hand Done Type
I am honored to have been asked to illustrate the cover of HOW Magazine’s self promotion annual. I was first approached by HOW and asked if they could reuse this illustration, since self promo is often about blowing your own horn to get attention. Though, after much fussing on my end, I presented a second option where I pushed the illustration further by adding my lil’ mustachioed man, to make the whole thing more hip. I illustrated all of the headlines.
This type lockup for AARP is a mix of commercial & hand done type.
This illustration for Northwestern’s alumni magazine is about Rahm Emanuel, Chicago’s first Jewish mayor, and how he is adding to the city’s already rich political lexicon with his colorful use of Yiddish words.
Arrr, Matey’s! Enjoy these pirate characters I dreamt up for a create-your-own-card series via Galison/Mudpuppy.
New opener & spot illustrations for the always wonderful folks over at 1150 Media.
This map of Denver was created for the University of Denver Alumni magazine to highlight the growing number of gastronomic delights owned by DU alums. See sketches & color studies after the jump: here.
The Full Map
The final file was left layered so that the designer could pull out various elements of the map to feature as spot illustrations throughout the article.
I was recently asked to illustrate the cover and an interior faux game board for this Sunday’s Washington Post Book World magazine. It was a delight working with everyone at the Washington Post and you can see some process sketches below.
The game board
Here’s a new illustration and a bit O’ hand done type from a personal project I’m working on titled “Paul Bunyan & the Midnight Mischief.”