Almost there!
27 April, 2010, 3:21 pm
Filed under: Design

‘trying to get this website finished up pretty quickly. Any day now.


Schunck* Gallery Poster Show
22 April, 2010, 10:57 am
Filed under: Design, Music

Schunck* Gallery in The Netherlands have asked for two of my posters to be included in their upcoming show entitled “Poster Park.” The show focuses on the combination of music and (graphic) art that is present in gigposter artwork. The exhibition is planned for May 8 – June 27 2010, and will take place in SCHUNCK*’s publically accessible staircase. The gallery asked specifically for my Felix Culpa poster and Sincerity Guild/ Forget Cassettes poster. I’ll post photos as soon as I receive them from the gallery.

SCAN article illustration preview
11 April, 2010, 8:01 am
Filed under: Design, School

I’m working on another illustration for SCAN, the quarterly magazine that the Savannah College of Art and Design’s Atlanta campus puts out. This one was a fun challenge and I think it turned out pretty cool. I’ll post the full version here when the publication is released. I like doing these illustrations and hopefully I’ll be able to do more in the future. Truth be told, I’d really like to sharpen my “illustration” skills. I’m sometimes tempted to start calling myself an illustrator as well as a designer, but then I look at the work of much more talented friends (*coughdylanmoorecough*) and I’m not so sure what I do can be considered illustration.

Felix Culpa posters//plus some news (a change is gonna come)
6 April, 2010, 3:23 pm
Filed under: Design, Music

Hello out there! ‘been way too freaking long! A few things to share. First is the poster I designed for my friends, The Felix Culpa, that I mentioned a while back. (WOW! January to be exact!) I was able to hang out with them a bit when I went to Austin for SXSW and finally got my hands on a few copies of these bad boys. There is nothing like the joy of pulling your own print, but alas these were done in Chicago by 108 Print Shop and I think they did a fine job. There’s quite a bit of detail in this poster and it printed quite well. This poster was for the show celebrating the release of their new record, Sever Your Roots. I interpreted this concept by showing medical drawings of arms and legs that, when viewed from far away, resembled a tree. Upon closer inspection it becomes clear that the image is really a mass of “severed” limbs or “roots.”

Click here to see it real big like.

Starting now, a few things are going to change with this blog. The first thing that will happen is that it will be updated much, MUCH more than I have been updating it in the past. Second… It will eventually be redesigned and incorporated with, which is also going to be redesigned and overhauled within the next month. I’ll be adding a bunch of work to it as I am in the final stages of putting together a solid portfolio and finishing my degree at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. Suffice to say, that is what has been keeping me pretty busy and will continue to do so for the next month or two.

Twitter peoples, I have a new twitter account that is specifically for anything design related for me. Follow me, if you will.

What else, what else… Hmm. I think that’s the meat and potatoes of what I had to share. I am excited to see The Appleseed Cast in Atlanta in a few days. They’ve been one of my favorites for some time and on this tour they are performing their double album, Low Level Owl, in it’s entirety, which is probably my favorite of all of their output.

‘back soon!