This is a collection of some illustrations I’ve done over the years. Media ranges from linoleum block prints, to pencil, to computer illustration.
Reimagining Beatles songs as vintage advertising art.
Catalog cover for a variety of IT merchants.
"Reagan to Workers: Drop Dead"; This woodcut and watercolor illustration was done for Ralph Nader's Public Citizen magazine for an article about how the Reagan administration was turning it's back on worker safety in the US.
This illustration was done for a co-branded ad concept for Technica and Symantec. The headline was “Intelligent Security Requires Layered Protection” (unpublished concept drawing).
These are some concept illustrations for my son's wedding that weren't used for the final invitations.
"Faces of American Literature": This woodcut and silkscreen illustration of Cotton Mather was done for the US Information Agency to promote US authors overseas.
These are some posters I illustrated and designed for the National Cancer Institute at NIH.
"America's Deadliest Export": This illustration (done to resemble my woodcut style in Photoshop with a pressure-sensitive tablet) was for an article about the US exporting cigarettes (along with their deadly consequences) all over the world.
This illustration and cover design was done for the spring issue of a self-promotional newsletter for West + Associates. It even came with a custom-designed packet of seeds glued to the cover.
I was specially commissioned by Print magazine to illustrate their "Design Scene" visual commentary page. I wanted to convey the idea of being an artist-for-hire in the commercial art world.
The FTC wanted a brochure to help parents guide their children on how to surf the internet safely. The theme was a travel guide to "cyberspace" and included a "Cyberspace Passport" for children who understand the rules of safe "traveling."
This illustration was for an invitation to a martini and cigar event at a tradeshow. I wanted to give it a retro "rat pack" kind of feel.
"Fat Suctioning": This woodcut and watercolor illustration was done for The Washington Post's Health section for an article that questioned whether plastic surgeon's motives were principally financial.
A catalog cover for an online toy company (unpublished).
This woodcut and watercolor illustration was done to promote a seminar by the Ad Club of Metropolitan Washington discussing first amendment rights as they pertain to advertising.
This illustration was for an article in the American Federation of Teachers newsletter about whether working night jobs was causing students to fall asleep in class.
"The Edge of Laughter": This woodcut illustration (printed in one color on a colored stock) was done for a series of comic performances at the Theater Project in Baltimore, MD.
"Darling But Deadly": For an article in Baltimore magazine about on the danger of rabid raccoons raiding the garbage.