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Sometimes I get economical and use the same piece of paper for different projects and things like this happen

Sometimes I get economical and use the same piece of paper for different projects and things like this happen

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So this may be the coolest application of an illustration I’ve done: I did some branding work for Fairview Farm at Mecox in upstate New York awhile back. This summer, they took a few animals from my illustration and made them into a CORN MAZE. So awesome! Those photos are real ariel shots! I’m blown away—-a big thanks to everyone at the farm. 

Finished this label yesterday and got a pound of this liquid gold in the mail today! Love projects that end in excellent mail. 

Finished this label yesterday and got a pound of this liquid gold in the mail today! Love projects that end in excellent mail. 

Just startin out

Just startin out

An old piece of mine was included in this new book from Gestalten Publishing. Here’s a bit about the book: 

Visual Families

Graphic Storytelling in Design and Illustration
A new visual language shows how we can collect, sort, and better understand the subjects and objects of our daily lives.

Editors: Antonis Antoniou, Robert Klanten, Hendrik Hellige, Sven Ehmann
Available Soon in the US Release Date: August 2014Format: 24.5 x 33 cmFeatures: Full color, hardcover, 208 pagesLanguage: EnglishISBN: 978-3-89955-540-0

About This Book

Most people who want to understand the world and manage their daily lives can’t get very far without lists. In addition to our personal to-do and shopping lists, there are published lists about everything from best sellers and endangered animals to the most popular children’s names in any given year. We categorize and arrange things in order to provide an overview or examine them in a certain light. Visual Families visualizes our penchant for sorting in playful and entertaining ways. The book presents lighthearted yet compelling work by illustrators, designers, and the creators of infographics that visually structures the stuff of our daily lives. Whether looking at pasta, poets, sneakers, birds, or whole cities, the small is classified into the big.


For the past few years, young creatives from around the world have been developing new visual storytelling techniques that have become more prominent in newspapers and magazines as well as textbooks and company reports. Now, Visual Families showcases an outstanding selection of their innovative display formats. From delicate illustrations of fish to collages of flags, from pictograms of New York City skyscrapers to symbols representing Hollywood hairstyles, the featured work represents an impressive spectrum of visual possibilities. In very different ways, all of the examples tell interesting stories with subjects that might otherwise be boring and dry and show how enjoyable arranging things can be.

Oh neat! A big thanks to my mama who collects all the @bonappetitmag to make the spine image that I illustrated

Oh neat! A big thanks to my mama who collects all the @bonappetitmag to make the spine image that I illustrated

Peeking

Peeking

Sunny worksite

Sunny worksite

Humpback afternoon

Humpback afternoon

Woohoo! Collective Quarterly makes Fathom’s 24 Best Indie Magazines for Travelers! (ehem—-as it should be :)

Woohoo! Collective Quarterly makes Fathom’s 24 Best Indie Magazines for Travelers! (ehem—-as it should be :)

a little port for a UK charity

a little port for a UK charity

I haven’t been able to share what I’ve been working on lately because it’s so long term BUT here’s a peek….hopefully I’ll be able to share more soon

I haven’t been able to share what I’ve been working on lately because it’s so long term BUT here’s a peek….hopefully I’ll be able to share more soon