The New New Economy I did some illustrations for Vox's The New New Economy. Check it on out and give it a read! Art direction: Javier Zarracina
I Saw It On Twitch: Neon Skyline We drew a city on I Saw It On Twitch yesterday. Also, I showed my face with glasses. Then we drew a lumpy star. Then we learned about @Alex Griendl...
Lucidworks - Illustrative Identity I worked with amazing team at Lucidworks to develop an illustrative identity. These are just a few of the pieces we cooked up together. Art Direct...
Wired - Miami I did an illustration for Wired on Miami: A quaint seaside fishing village located in the South East United States. And yeah, that's bacon on top ...
Wired - San Diego Another skyline for Wired: This time it's sunny San Diego! Pick up this month's issue (Jul. 2014) to check it out—among other things, of course. ...
Wired - Nashville For this month's issue of Wired, I illustrated the Nashville skyline. Check it out if you're into that sort of thing.
Wired - Atlanta Some new work up in the current issue of Wired. You can see it ink, which is basically like a pixel, but nothing like it.
Wired - Austin I created another editorial city illustration with Wired for the city of Austin. I haven't been there myself, but from what I've gathered, it's a ...
Wired UK - Sim World I worked on an article for Wired UK on the possibility of all of us actually living in a simulated world on some computer. I know, right?
_142 I did up a piece for the guys over at HelpInk. Great cause amongst other great projects on a great site. Great.
_114 This is obviously a shot of a typography. But zoomed in I suppose I can see how it can be mistaken for a city. It's totally a word.
_110 There's a large version attached for you people that are into that kind of stuff. Yeah, you people.
_105 Snippet of an illustration about yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Yesterday. I mean, no escalators, right? Pfft.
_96 My new year's resolution went up on To Resolve today. View the full image right here: http://goo.gl/ydxFL Here's to me getting less lazy.