A tribute to my hometown of Austin, Texas. The design was printed by Threadless as part of a featured cities collection.
It's occasionally still for sale here.
I’d always wondered if Prince's guitar cases were equally as unique as the guitars they protected. Here’s to the retirement of one of my favorites, the Love Symbol Guitar.
Featured as part of the Threadless Bicycles collection. I wanted to make something that called back to the still motion of the old art deco hood ornaments from mid 20th century.
Created for The Flaming Lips' tour to support the promotion of their album, "The Terror."
Originally designed to decorate my wife's science classroom— this poster was picked up by Artists for Education, a non-profit company dedicated to improving classroom artwork.
I had the pleasure of being invited to contribute to the 2016 Afterhours poster show, benefitting Austin Pets Alive!
This was my screen printed submission— three colors on French Nightshift Blue.
I was asked by a close friend to design a crest to adorn some gifts at his wedding. Succulents, cycling and barley— what more could you ask for?
Illustrated icons for a teacher's workshop website. The workshop focuses on using traditional picture books as tools for education in the classroom. You can see them in action here.
I was comissioned by the University of Colorado to do a portrait of their mascot, "Ralphie."