A hoodie for the coffee drinking caffeine servants who would prefer the grave over any of that non-caffeinated nonsense. This hoodie is available for men and women in a variety of sizes. Get Yours
Poster design inspired by Miles, our new friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. This movie absolutely blew me away. The style, the art direction, the characters, all of it! I couldn’t help but create my own take.
Part of a series based on MSN's "100 Ugliest Cars of All Time". Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, though. I mean look at these dudes and tell me it doesn't look like fun.
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Packaging design for volume 2 of CSU Channel Islands’ Performing Arts Student Showcase album. It was produced both as a vinyl and a CD. All of the songs on the album are performed by CI students, including 4 of which that are originals written by the students.
Being a CI alum, working on this project was very gratifying on a personal level. I’m continually impressed at the level of talent that comes out of this university.
The immortal vixens seek out only what they’ve longed for for all eternity, stopping at nothing in their pursuit. Each one lusting for a different ideal, and each one more deadly than the last in their efforts to obtain it.
These designs are also available as shirts in the apparel section.
T-shirt design for the 21st annual DAVA Golf Tournament in Reno, NV. With it being the 21st year and the event being held in Reno, the design being inspired by blackjack was a no brainer. But, with this being far from your stereotypical tournament (there is still a green jacket, just not what you envision at first) there had to be a little personalization to capture the debauchery of this event. Thus, the drunken Jack was emblazoned on the official DAVA 21 t-shirt. To all the hackers out there, cheers boys!
I created the logo and branding for Elite Sports and Fitness in Camarillo, CA. We worked together to create something that embodies strength, balance, and a solid foundation. Apparel line designed and launched in 2019.
Poster design inspired by Netflix’s ‘The Ritual’. There’s a haunting appeal of this film that stuck with me long after I watched it, which is what inspired this design. It’s a creepy thrill ride definitely worth a watch.
Comics have always been an inspiration for me, and Iron Man is one of the greatest! Hands down. So it was only right that he be done up in some grungy, stencily goodness.
Acrylic and spray paint on canvas.
This one is for my best bud Gabe. We grew up drawing and skating together so, naturally, a skate deck reminiscent of the ones we used to create in his garage growing up was a perfect gift.
The design has a story behind it that, while not one of my proudest memories at all, it’s left quite the mark (a literal one. There’s a scar). Long story short, my dog bit him. Like I said, not the proudest moment in dog parenting life. But, the great part and what ultimately inspired this design is the fact that Gabe still has and wears the shirt it happened in. He loves it even more now that it has a hole in it.
Deck 1 of 2 in the Gambler skate deck series. The one that can’t be beat; the reaper’s inevitable visit. Those who try to cheat it are victims of life’s greatest joke.
I’ve always been fascinated and intrigued by what’s beyond our planet and galaxy. That’s led to a lot of sci-fi stuff and alien drawings over the years. This particular one happened to manifest itself in the form of a skateboard.
Deck 2 of 2 in the Gamblers skate deck series. The devil always has a card up his sleeve.
Car wrap design done for Discountechnology's Porsche 911 GT3 that was raced at the Cup of the Americas in Texas.
Snowboard graphic for a 155cm arctic shred sled. This mystic beard powers through the powder and pine without thinking twice.
Nertsy is my own brand, stemming from my lifelong combination of being a nerd and an artist. This is a sample of some of the design work that I do for it, and the rest can be seen at the Nertsy storefront.
Eye See Boo! A fun homage to the big ghost whose countless puzzle houses sucked our eyes from our sockets.
Available as a shirt, tank top, and sweatshirt for both men and women via Threadless.
Book cover for The Last Master Outlaw: How He Outfoxed the FBI Six Times But Not A Cold Case Team.
The book chronicles the story of the elusive American criminal folk hero, D.B. Cooper, and a citizen sleuth along with his 40 person cold case team's effort to discover this mysterious criminal's identity. It presents previously unknown evidence, and one hell of a journey.
The Last Master Outlaw also serves as the inspiration and backbone behind the the History Channel's “D.B. Cooper: Case Closed?” documentary, in which the author, Tom Colbert, is featured.
Book can be purchased on Amazon.
Logo design for Dead Creations who wanted his bearded, pompadoired self embodied in a skeletal fashion. This was the ghoulish product of our working together. It was a really fun one to knock out. Check out Dead Creations on both YouTube and Instagram.
Album jacket for the Black Bear Sessions mixtape project.
An assortment of drawings and sketches done on an iPad, my digital sketchbook of choice. I use a variety of apps including Procreate, Adobe Draw, and Adobe Sketch.
Various promotional flyers for Casa Agria, a brewery in Oxnard, CA specializing in sours.
Logo and label design for Forsy Brews' first beer, Thumper Pale Ale.
A series of some of the folks that I hold closest to me.
Branding for CSU Channel Islands' Faculty Innovations in Teaching, or FIT, Studio. This space provides the campus's faculty with a place to meet with their colleagues and leaders in academic technology to take their teaching to the next level. It's a maker space of instructional design, featuring high quality audio and video recording equipment, editing stations, and expert knowledge.