Friday, July 6, 2012

Horrorfest Flyers

Old flyers for my yearly horror movie marathons.  Can't find the one from 2008, but it had Jason Voorhees on it and was pretty sweet.

UPDATE: Here it is. It was printed on gold paper, because ooooh, shiny.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Haters Gonna Hate

Bored of staring at code, decided to have some fun with the poster for the upcoming season of Breaking Bad.  Nowhere near the ingenious pop culture riffing of Olly Moss, but it should tickle some message boards.  Spread it on the interwebs kiddies!

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Updated Website

After a week and a half of grappling with some very stubborn code, I'm happy to announce that my website is updated.  I finally have my motion graphics/animation work on there, as well as an updated "concert photo" section.  I also updated the look of this blog so that it fits together better with my main site.

Plus, I used a photo of myself in that Napalm Death hoodie that people seem to love.

Check it out.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Scar Culture: Looking Back on the Good Old Days

Better late than never: My buddy Pheroze wrote a retrospective on his band Scar Culture, which gave me my first professional work, and to this day my proudest moment. Wasn't sure whether to post this here or in my metal blog, but this is how I broke in as a designer/illustrator.  Along with the CD cover/packaging, I also did a few shirts for the guys.  Pheroze has since retired from the world of death metal screaming, but is still actively involved with music in his own eponymous project:

I was hoping to upload the original cover, but it's been lost in my constant moving back and forth between countries.  Instead, here's the scaly reptile dude:


Boy I love me some microns.

Here are the back prints for the shirts:

From sharing the CD racks with Rotting Christ to the NY Public Library...what a long strange trip it's been.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Gaiman cred

Before I left NYC, I helped out my former professor Floyd Hughes with the layout of One Tuesday Morning in September, a 9/11 story written by (and from the perspective of) his then 9-year-old daughter. I just found out that none other than Mr. Neil Gaiman of Sandman, American Gods and Coraline fame mentioned it on his twitter account. Of course, my part in all this is pretty miniscule, but it's still pretty cool.

You can view the book here.