Category Archives: Process

First Look at WMC Fest Goods

I’ve been waiting a whole year to get back up to Cleveland for this years Weapons Of Mass Creation 3. WMC Fest is a rare chance for designers like myself to connect with other designers, and finally put faces to … Continue reading 

Octo Draw

I’m honored to have been asked to be a part of Ferocious Quarterly. This issue’s theme is Deep Sea, Deep Space – where a deep sea image interacts with a deep space image. My assignment was to do a Deep … Continue reading 

Euphonic Posters

Just signed and numbered a batch of screen printed posters that I designed for Euphonic Masters. Big ups to Josh Horton for putting the whole project together, and Ryan at Kangaroo Press for the wonderful prints.

My Office

I’m always curious to see designers’ studios and offices. We spend so much time here, and I have to believe that these environments somehow influence our aesthetic. In the spirit of my own curiosity, I’ve decided to post a few … Continue reading 

Stay Creative

I’ve been finding myself using hand-lettering as a way to relax throughout a very stressful season in design. Everyone needs their stuff yesterday, and I’m doing everything I can to accommodate. Much like a smoker takes a smoke break – … Continue reading 

The Power of the Doodle

With my new found spirit to be a little more regular with this blog, will come a little more willingness to be that much more transparent with you readers. One of the ways that I can do that, is to … Continue reading 

Super Duper

I posted a shot of this on Dribbble yesterday, and have received some great feedback. It’s for a small project, for a 70s-style raglan/baseball tee. Feel free to hop over to Dribbble to join the discussion. I find myself with … Continue reading 

Letterpress

I could watch this type of stuff all day. Check out Naomie Ross’s video, Letterpress.

Sketching Cat

So with this new site and blog, I’ve been racking my brain about what I’d like to post. I do want to keep the posts on this blog very frequent. My favorite blogs are those that have very frequent posts, … Continue reading 

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