This is a collection of illustrations that was created for gallery shows, personal projects, or just didn't fit anywhere else on the site. This kind of work allows me to experiment more and flex my style.
This Must be The Place
I always find that I'm more inspired to make work when the seasons shift. These are some of my more weather themed illustrations.
Ten Paces and Draw
I'm happy to contribute sketches and illustrations to this fun collaborative effort called Ten Paces and Draw organized by Alyssa Nassner and Rachel Dougherty. It's fun and I encourage anyone to sign up. It's simple, you sign up for a theme and create a sketch based on that theme, then your sketch is given to another artist for them in interpret in their own style. Each illustration is shared on instagram. These are some of the sketches and illustrations I created, check out the instagram to see the original sketch!
Bon Apetite Original sketch by Tom Froese
"How to Draw a Feral Cat" Finalized by Sunny Eckerle
"How to Greet Someone in..." Original sketch by Tree Abraham
The Philadelphia Eagles won the Super Bowl and it was a pretty big deal.
Saxbys Mural Collaboration
I had the pleasure of creating a triptych mural for Saxbys Coffee in collaboration with two others artists Nate Harris and Miriam Singer. We were asked to create illustrations that the panels could be mixed and matched with the the other artists' illustrations but the art was really open-ended. I did not do the letters, that is based on a typeface, Regina Black.
Agency: Heads of State
Art Direction: Dustin Summers
Typeface: Regina Black by Charles & Thorn
This poster was created for a show called "A League of Their Own" a all women gallery show about sports. I chose to do a vintage cheerleader because often cheerleaders aren't categorized as sports. I found an image from an old year book and the cheer squad called themselves the "Yell Queens." Which I loved.
A small print I made for fun about the season for giving (and receiving).
Sugar and Spice
It was a pleasure to have the opportunity to create this illustration for True Parent magazine about an article on raising four kids with different personalities.
Client: True Parent
Art Director: Jen Wick
I was happy to create this illustration for Yellow Pig Day, a daily collaborative art project celebrating our country's wide array of bizarre national holidays. My day was Confucius Day and right away I knew I wanted to do a portrait of him and one of his quotes.
Client: Yellow Pig Day
A somewhat ongoing series of sweaty sweet treats getting into the weather.