If you don’t follow me on instagram, go do that now. I don’t get around to updating every social media site weekly, but I try to fill this with progress shots, finished products, and anything else I may be doing when I’m not making artwork.
I’ve got a couple projects in the works…it’s been a lot of pen and ink lately
Honest letter studies from my sketchbook
I painted this living room for Ross & Ray to give some color in place of their lack of windows. Ross worked at the Cocktail Bodega bar I painted a couple years ago, and asked for a skyline. Since that’s been a common theme from clients in the city lately, I tried to set it within the letters to do something different.
Staying warm inside with some project sketches and color studies
Preview of a mural in progress in a kid’s playroom; complete with a basketball hoop
I have been collaborating with Speck Products at the Brooklyn Nets home games at their pop-up table, where they have been giving away free phone cases with custom drawings created by myself. Additionally, I painted this double-sided mural (yes that’s real brick) which they use as a backdrop for the fan photo-booth. I kept my drawings limited to a handful of different robot-themed designs, so I could crank out a couple hundred of these a night. Nothing like being on the spot for custom mass-production. Thanks to the people at Speck and everyone that checked us out to receive a free custom case. You can catch me at a couple more of the home games coming up in 2014. See you next year!
Here is the flyer I made for Converse’s Rubber Tracks Live concert series at the Williamsburg Music Hall. The show is Friday the 13th and is FREE! If you haven’t heard of the artists, do yourself a favor and do a quick google search for their resume. Thanks to Converse for being the coolest brand to work with and always looking out for the artists.
I worked with Speck recently to create a small mural used at their promotional set up at the Barclay’s Center for the Brooklyn Nets vs. Miami Heat preseason game. Following the mural, I also drew small custom designs on 300+ cases that they were giving out during the duration of the game. It was a busy but still a fun opportunity to add something a little more personal for each person to stop by the stand and receive a free Speck case. Find them at some of the upcoming Brooklyn Nets basketball games and receive a free case and design from myself.
Studies from my sketchbook