When local tattoo artist, and super nice guy, Matt Cee asked me to create a vintage circus themed business card for him, I couldn’t say no. I designed the overall front and back of the card, including spaces to personalize appointment dates and times, as well as illustrated both the elephant on a ball and […]
WorldKi, Inc. was a local St. Louis tech startup whose focus was to build an online collaborative gaming platform that would be an amalgamation of eBay and Steam, where game developers, artists, and ultimately players could come together to share resources and games. I created this logo to reflect the clean tech aesthetic but also […]
Refabulous is a local higher end resale clothing shop. I created this logo as well as a small branding/collateral package for the company.
Partners for Pets is a non-profit organization that focuses on rescuing animals in danger of euthanization from high kill or overcrowded shelters. Partners for Pets ended up being one of five local non-profits selected to received free branding and design services from Spoke Marketing during their summer internship program, Sprockets. I created this logo as […]
They somehow just aren’t the same on Pandora… This was a personal editorial piece I created featuring Maya, one of the playable characters in the video game Borderlands, using her signature ability to capture enemies on a “Pikachu-ed” version of the game’s local wildlife.
Piece created for an annual gallery show featuring famous and fictional characters related in new and unusual ways and appropriately named Famous Fictional. The premise for 2012 was People, Places, and Things. Artists had to create a piece or small series of pieces that featured places or objects from a famous or fictional universe but […]
This piece created as a possible poster for TrailNet to visually represent the outdoor and active lifestyle around St. Louis (and in Oz, of course!) The illustration was created completely digitally.
This was a personal editorial piece featuring the playable character of Zer0 from the video game Borderlands. The main idea behind this character is that he is unable to find any opponent worthy of him. He is incredibly stealthy and able to produce clone illusions of himself, so I thought what could be a better […]
This piece was a poster concept created for a grant-based company focused on bringing more start ups and small businesses into the St. Louis area.
One of a duet I did depicting fictional villains related in an unusual way. Many villains have a great many things in common, but I was curious about what it must be like for the headless horseman to pick out his next ripe head. This piece was created with pen and ink, charcoal, and digital […]