I was excited to take the opportunity, making new art for Sam Parker’s art night zine, to try my hand with some Sailor Jerry tattoo flash. I have loved his style ever since I first saw it and always wanted traditional tattoos because of it. This illustration I wanted to show a two faced woman, and wrap the snake around her neck, based on this Sailor Jerry flash.
I’m honored to be chosen as one of the featured artists in the latest release for “Recovering the Classics”. My design for Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book is now available as stationary notecards. Check out the latest collection at Creative Action Network.
I’m very happy to announce my contribution to Lumenati’s Rose Show, hosted by JD Pruitt here in Denver, Feburary 15 & 16. RSVP by email to email@example.com before the show to be added to the entry list. Hope to see you there!
For the past couple of months I've been in the studio researching, sketching and designing a pair of identities for Red Magic Tattoo and Green Magic Gardening. Brother and sister owned companies, here in Colorado.
It was a fun challenge to design two different identities, yet find ways to keep consistency that branding needs. Beyond the name of each company, I wanted to tell a story with the imagery. Giving customers a look into the style, and nature of the person behind each craft and business offering.
Had a blast working with @basik1. We began by each drawing half of a composition, passing it off, and finishing each other's drawings. I've never had the opportunity to make art with another graphic designer in this way before. It was daunting at first, but turned fun fast. It was a great way to learn from each other, and design some pages for Mike Giant's #artnight zine.
This is daunting and exciting. I've decided to launch my own trademark called Son of Scorpio. This artist owned brand will be one to supply dry goods and sensibilities to those who resonate with them. Here are some graphics I've been working on.