Above is a possible t-shirt design for a few friends who are trying to raise money to ride their bikes across the country. They chose the name “Slow Wheels” for the project, which will including shooting lots of video and photos along the way, and donating proceeds to both Feeding America and the National Cycling Association.
Another logo design — this time hand-drawn. This is for a Film Co-op, called “Eyestalk,” which refers to the limb-like structure out of which snails and similar organisms see. They requested a sketchy and endearingly-imperfect version of a scientific illustration.
Some hand-drawn fonts I made for a flyer for a friend’s fundraiser in 2009. The words, “Live Robert”, “Beer”, “Pizza”, “Cake!” and “Moving Pictures” were scanned and then overlaid on top of a blurred image of a movie camera. (This is the bottom half of the flyer, with personal info removed.)
“About” page for a photo auction site I designed earlier this year.
The above 35mm photo is originally from a class assignment, where I was asked to photograph “ways to fix something that is broken, improperly”. This was a needle-less record-player found on the street, and a soft, round grape seemed like a perfectly absurd substitute for a needle.
A paper animation puppet made for another class assignment, which was to create a set of instructions for how to make something. You can find a detailed how-to (with pictures) here.
This dim photo is all that’s left of an etching I did of Mia Farrow in “Rosemary’s Baby”. Unfortunately, the etching and copper plate itself were stolen from the printmaking studio.
Just a frame I particularly liked from a collaborative animation. Drawn with a Micron pen.
A gouache and handmade-paper collage from a couple years ago.
Photos of a cork iPod-case design I made way back when this is what iPods looked like, and before you could really find sustainable, non-plastic-and-rubber materials used for things like this.
An older gouache/Micron drawing.