Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Illustration Friday: Mail

I remember as a kid fighting with my sister over who would get the mail. It was fun. The mailbox contained unknown treasures. I still like getting things in the mail, although now as an adult it's more likely to contain bills rather than cards filled with money from Grandma.

New York Times Sketch

Basking in a Workout's Long, Mysterious Afterglow

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Honorable Mention



These are some of the things that didn't make the cut from a recent logo project. While they didn't make the cut I'm still proud of each them and had the project been a little different maybe things could have worked out.

New York Times Sketch

Salvation Army Loses Donations as Giant Limits Bell Ringing

Monday, December 6, 2010

Christmas Desktop Wallpapers


Here are some Christmas desktop wallpapers. Just click on the image to get the full size image, they're 1920x1200.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Illustration Friday: Prehistoric

So, this doesn't immediately read prehistoric, but it's in there. I read this article and the word for this week reminded me of it, so I decided I would attempt at an illustration for the article: Oregon Will Go Coal Free.

New York Times Sketch

Cracking Open a Holiday Classic The play this article refers to is called "The Hard Nut" I thought drawing a nutcracker with a broken jaw would be fun so that's why I picked this article today.