Earlier this year, I worked on a rad project with musician Jeff Foucault and poet Lisa Olstein. We worked up some artwork for their collaboration: Lisa writes poetry and Jeff turns them into songs. Pretty awesome idea, which inspired the artwork to be another collaboration between Jeff and myself. Check them out if you can! Click here to view the artwork
Big Commerce asked a couple handfuls of artists to come and paint murals at their new office space. I was excited to be chosen as one of them. Here are a few sketches I made before making the final graphic.
Very pleased to work with Converse at SXSW this year and paint a large mural for their Rubber Tracks outfit down here in Austin. I’ll be heading by to snap some better pictures, but this outta give you a good idea of what it looks like. More images to come. CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGES
Thanks for coming out to the opening of Together / Whatever. It was a ton of fun and a great night to hang out with some good friends. I’ve got a bunch of photos that I’ll put up in the next couple days. The show will be up until February 22, so if you see something that you’re interested in, feel free to email them to set up a time to drop in. Congrats again to Jessica Clark and Alexandra ...
I’ve done some art for Birds on a couple of occasions. Click here to see the work
Here are a few ads I made for Yellow Jacket Social Club, the funnest, bar I know in Austin, Texas. Stan and I worked up some ideas and I used some imagery from the Library of Congress. First appearance of these will be in Misprint’s upcoming issue.
Lucky to have such talented, creative friends who do things, too. Good friend, Nate Cross, plays in Marriage, asked me to design a poster for his show coming up with Starring and Guardian Angel. Stoked to see the show. I used an old textbook to find imagery that complimented each other and ended up printing these bad boys with Bearded Lady, a screenprinting shop in town. I’ll be working with them to make more artwork and posters like these in ...
Little Wooden Somethings was a project I did for Crummy House with five Austin-based art carpenters who all made small, sculptures which were then photographed and documented in a fold-up posters. View more at the Crummy House website BACK TO PROJECTS PAGE
Worked on these posters with buddy Adam Mendez earlier this year. The purpose was to promote the Alamo Drafthouse’s Filmmaker Frenzy for the movie Abraham Lincoln Vampire Slayer.
This year at SXSW, Rand Renfrow and I teamed up on a mural for Converse and Fader Fort. It was a ton of fun and I can’t wait to team up with Rand again on a project in the future. Our styles mixed pretty rad and our characters seem to enjoy hanging out with each other. Here are a few pictures of the mural before the area was filled with rockstars and industry peeps, chilling and drinking and jamming out. ...
Last year, I had the opportunity to work with an old friend on a logo he needed for his guitars. Aaron Huff is a long time friend of mine- hell the dude helped me learn to play the guitar when I was a youngster. I got a chance to visit his studio and see some of his work this past weekend. Here are some shots of the logo and his studio.
I’ve been working with Crummy House to do some cool things lately. Check it out! Crummy House is made up of artists working with other artists on projects, limited-edition zines, and artworks. Originally founded by Mason McFee and Jessica Clark, the group continues to add new artists to its collaborative project team and entertains every project they encounter. Though visual work is the foundation, the group continues to push into other art worlds such as literature and music. To check ...
Tribeza asked f I would like to participate in their design issue and I was super excited. When I looked at the other designers featured, I have to admit, I was a bit nervous about submitting. There were some really great, long-time creative workers on there, but I went ahead and threw my piece in the works. I treated this like a project and gave myself the assignment of introducing myself. Cover image by Dan Winters CLICK HERE TO VIEW ...
Beautiful Decay asked artists to interpret their “Future Perfect” and make a piece of art about it. I did this work to represent what I saw as a more perfect future. Click here to view more
I had the opportunity to make some shirts for Style X, the first expansion of SXSW into the fashion world. At the event, there were many vendors showing off the latest styles and shit, but I ended up working with Sanctuary Printshop to make a couple images that would be available for print-on-demand at the event. Click the image below to check them out. CLICK HERE TO VIEW PROJECT
A while back I had to opportunity to make some cool sculptures for the Fader Fort’s installation by TDK. They tasked me with taking some old boom boxes and doing something with them, so I ended up making these sculptures and installed them in their display with some painted designs to fit in with the other hand drawn elements. Click to view the full project
I teamed up with Kartwheel Co. on a pop-up art show at local boutique, Bows+Arrows to create a wonderland of funny faces and summer scenes. The outcome was a store full of color and life. Click here to view more
Dublab is a non-profit web radio collective devoted to the growth of positive music, art and culture. Sometimes, I get to do things to pay back all the hours of listening to some great DJs spin some music for my listening ears. Here are a couple things I’ve been happy to work on. Click to view more
Bows+Arrows is a boutique clothing store here in Austin with all the goods for both men and women. Spartan is right next door and sells great things, especially when you need to find something for that special someone on that special day. Great selection in both areas. We worked on some posters for events they had going on at the store and some events out in Marfa. Click to see more
I worked with Evolution Skateboards in San Antonio, Texas to make some t-shirts for their shop. Click to see more
I’ve worked closely with Iron Age on a few projects, including logos, t-shirts and this mind-melting, psychedelic-wasteland, double-gatefold for their release, The Sleeping Eye. Click to view more
Worked with my buds in Crooks on some projects. Crooks are a Texas Country Outlaw group here in Austin making great sounds suitable for all things to do with booze and good living. I’ve been lucky to work with these guys in a number of ways over the past few years. Here are a few renditions of things we’ve made like an album cover, posters and a website. Click here to see more