Nothing feels better than being back in my home state AND living in an awesome city.
photo from here
I am the new graphic artist/signmaker for the Whole Foods Market in Tulsa. No biggie. Except it’s totally a HUGE DEAL! I’ve only been looking for a full time design job for 15 months. I’m so thrilled to be going to work for such an awesome company.
Seriously in need of a new ipod and LOVING the new design. I have my eyes on that pink one. Or should I just get an ipod classic? More GBs but less style. Decisions, decisions!
I recently designed a poster for a Pancake Breakfast for Asbury Methodist Church. It’s meant to honor the veterans of the church so they wanted something patriotic but also flashy to catch people’s attention.
If you’re viewing this site on a version of Internet Explorer earlier than version 7, it may look a little off. I’m working on correcting the code for the earlier versions now.
As you can see (if you have visited my site before) I have done some remodeling. This look is a lot cleaner than before. Just to show you what I mean, here’s a before pic:
Better, yes? I have a tendency to do very detailed work. I love spending hours hunched over a sketchbook or sheet of drawing paper making tiny little patterns. I think the best way to showcase that work is to remove the patterns from the site design and keep the white walls to showcase the work. I may make a few more tweaks here and there but I’m quite happy with how it came out.
Over the next few days I will be making a lot of updates to the site including adding new work and changing things up a little as far as the design goes. Here’s a couple new illustrations I’ve recently finished.
I’ve got a few more illustrations to add that have a similar feel to the these two. Also will be making a concerted effort to keep things more updated! Come back soon!
This is some new work I’ve done for OVAC. I did the logo and design work. I wanted it to really stand out so I chose this monoprint in primary hues. The combination of abstract art and well-organized type echo what they want the ARTiculate program to portray. It’s a service for artists but it’s also about the business of Art.
I have been working on a project for the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition. Every year they have an event where people can tour the studios of various artists in Tulsa. I was honored that they asked me to do their promotional materials this year. We’re not quite finished yet, but the above images are a preview of the materials for the event.