I had the pleasure of illustrating the cover of this week’s issue of Seattle Weekly. The cover feature tells the story of a man who finds his true self through Karate and discovers that he is more savage than he would have hoped. Art Directed by Samantha Wagner.

Editorial illustration for Seattle Weekly about the dueling gun control initiatives on the ballot in Washington state. Art Direction by Samantha Wagner

Editorial illustration for Seattle Weekly about the upcoming  mid-term elections in Washington state. Art Direction by Samantha Wagner

A personal piece in celebration and anticipation of All Hallow’s Eve. Ghosts, ghouls and zombies will soon flood the streets to feed on the treats of the innocent.

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Aqwastream is a startup with the goal of reducing the consumption and waste of plastic bottles. As part of their awareness campaign Aqwastream needed a visual language that was eye-catching, informational and flexible.

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Biola University puts out a quarterly publication called The Table in which they pick one topic and have an assortment of authors, professors, speakers and professional thinkers submit essays on the subject from a variety of perspectives. They also choose one illustrator per issue to run wild and handle all of the visual contributions.

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From a series of minimal portraits depicting my friends and family. This is my Granpa-In-Law, George, who serves as my personal fashion icon.

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My 2013 illustrated resolution for the To Resolve Project, an online gallery of creative’s New Year’s Resolutions made visual. My goal was to settle into Seattle, where I was living at the time. Instead I left in August and spent a year traveling the country with my wife. Guess you can’t win them all.

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The Minifesto is a celebration of small business and is born from inspiring and insightful conversations we have had with independent business owners all over the country. It’s an acknowledgment of  the late nights, daily struggles and overlooked victories that come with running your own business.

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Biola University puts out a quarterly publication called The Table in which they pick one topic and have an assortment of authors, professors, speakers and professional thinkers submit essays on the subject from a variety of perspectives. They also choose one illustrator per issue to run wild and handle all of the visual contributions.

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In celebration of the International Spaceport being built up the road, Mountain View Market wanted to create a set of illustrations fusing their love of food and farming with their fascination of the cosmos. I was happy to oblige and had a great time dreaming up anti-gravity groceries, extra-terrestrial turnips and astro farmers.

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Aqwastream is a startup with the goal of reducing the consumption and waste of plastic bottles. As part of their awareness campaign Aqwastream needed a visual language that was eye-catching, informational and flexible.

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An editorial illustration for New Republic Magazine exploring how prescription med users are becoming addicted to heroin

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Loch Ness monster icon created for Baji Group, a boutique creative agency based in Seattle, WA.

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A personal piece created in the midst of remodeling my home. It was a grueling undertaking that I thought might have been the death of me on several occasions.

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Each month the homepage of Fonts.com features four new hero images showcasing new typefaces and hidden gems from their library. This is my most recent contribution showcasing KALEKO 205.

A personal piece in celebration and anticipation of All Hallow’s Eve. Break out the monster movies and prepare your molars for a surge of oncoming deterioration.

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Small businesses employ half of the American workforce and have created 94% of new jobs since the great recession. Small business truly is a big deal and we tried to convey just that in this 20″ x 20″ printed infographic.

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An editorial illustration for New Republic Magazine about the hidden dangers of fitness tracking apps.

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Biola University puts out a quarterly publication called The Table in which they pick one topic and have an assortment of authors, professors, speakers and professional thinkers submit essays on the subject from a variety of perspectives. They also choose one illustrator per issue to run wild and handle all of the visual contributions.

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An interior illustration from the album packaging of Artifex Pereo’s studio debut, Time In Place.

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The Printshop is a community printmaking studio offering DIY etching, letterpress, silkscreen, lithography, relief, and bookmaking in Greenville, South Carolina. They needed some help with funding so they created a Kickstarter and asked myself and a few other designers to create posters that could be given as rewards to their backers.

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Aqwastream is a startup with the goal of reducing the consumption and waste of plastic bottles. As part of their awareness campaign Aqwastream needed a visual language that was eye-catching, informational and flexible.

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From a series of minimal portraits depicting my friends and family. I started with my late father, knowing his iconic mustache would give me a helping hand.

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The Minifesto is a celebration of small business and is born from inspiring and insightful conversations we have had with independent business owners all over the country. It’s an acknowledgment of  the late nights, daily struggles and overlooked victories that come with running your own business.

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Harkins Theaters is a privately owned movie theater chain with locations throughout the Southwestern United States. They asked me to design a set of posters for their Classics Series, which brought beloved films such as The Polar Express, Frankenstein and Planes Trains and Automobiles back to the silver screen.

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Biola University puts out a quarterly publication called The Table in which they pick one topic and have an assortment of authors, professors, speakers and professional thinkers submit essays on the subject from a variety of perspectives. They also choose one illustrator per issue to run wild and handle all of the visual contributions.

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Niche is a snowboard company based out of Salt Lake City, Utah that manufacturers environmentally friendly boards. A company founded by designers and design lovers, Niche is passionate about the visuals that adorn their boards and the people that create them.

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Harkins Theaters is a privately owned movie theater chain with locations throughout the Southwestern United States. They asked me to design a set of posters for their Classics Series, which brought beloved films such as Halloween, Frankenstein and Planes Trains and Automobiles back to the silver screen.

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