May 23, 2015

The Flock of Assholes vs Narragansett!

Got asked by Narragansett Beer and the 80's cover group Flock of Assholes to do a t-shirt/poster design that features both...gotta capture the essence of 6 different band members and all their costumes, and the beer, and the chaos, and the logo, and keep that logo to enlarge.

Yeah. That is Alf.

Feb 23, 2015

New surfer skateboard

Spent some down time this weekend doodling up some Sharpie boards.
More to come soon. 

Jan 29, 2015

Moped Knights

Got to do a movie poster for my buddy, Mike Pecci over at McFarland and Pecci. He's got a side project he's been working on called:

Dec 12, 2014

2015 Calendars!

Hey everyone, my 2015 calendars are in! 

Here's a preview of the pages:

Right now you can pick them up at Crompton Collective in Worcester. Or bug me in person!

Dec 2, 2014

Zombie Fluxx Returns!

Just got the okay to show the final art for the new Zombie Fluxx ad. This will be available as a print and will be run as a 2-page spread magazine ad.

Click to enlarge: 

Nov 18, 2014

Oct 20, 2014

Oh yeah...this

People have been asking me how long that Cthulhu piece took me (see below). And they're understandably surprised when I tell them probably more than 60 hours. It's definitely time-consuming, getting lots of tendrils and tentacles all detailed properly (and there's still some that I'm not quite happy with). But as I said, I had a lot of misfires on this, picking up the sketch after few weeks or months and trying it different ways. Most of those misfires are posted below, but I'd forgotten about this one I'd started in pencil...

So whereas I'd like to play it off like I could just whip something up, it's really more like something I failed and failed at, until I had my Old Man and the Sea moment.

Oct 14, 2014


I think this one is done. Check the bottom of this post to see all the different directions this piece took.

This started out as a rejected sketch from an old project: 

I flipped the sketch and tried something else that was intended to be a square format, but that didn't feel very epic: 

I liked the idea of the car running away, so I changed the format so that the car became the focus of kind of a silly story. This one was being formatted for a skateboard shape, but the 'story' just felt dopey: 

Finally I changed it up so that the story is simpler, more somber and quiet:

This was a composition and story I could live with. I had been, at the time, working on a Photoshop painting style. It's a good style, but incredibly tedious for all the tentacles and suction cups etc. I shelved the idea after a few frustrating misfires like this: 

Blechh. Well, this week I decided to take it off the shelf and finish it. 

See above.