This digital artwork was created to promote North Olympic Land Trust’s annual Harvest Dinner which helps to raise money for the Clallam Co. non-profit. Another WPA inspired piece of art, the Trust wanted this illustration to follow suite to the wine label art that was illustrated, letterpress printed and designed by Beans n’ Rice.
A WPA inspired illustration letterpress print, designed for production as a wine label for Wind Rose Cellars, benefiting the North Olympic Land Trust. Read more about the project here.
# I Heart I-90 Wildlife
Bridging Futures is a social media contest for K-12 youth, a joint effort between Washington State Department of Transportation and I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition. This contest aims to educate students and raise awareness about I-90’s first wildlife bridge. We sketched a handful of animals that will directly benefit from the new wildlife bridge which are featured on a t-shirt, part of a prize package for contest winners.
Zombie Safety and Self-Defense Handbook
This series of spooky illustrations was commissioned for a tongue-in-cheek survival guide penned by Kevin Cole and Kaicho Vernon Owens. The drawings provide visual accompaniment to instructive text that explains how to stay safe in a dark alley (tip: avoid it!), identify vulnerable spots on an attacking zombie, and generally avoid unpleasant encounters with werewolves, mummies and other undead characters.
Our illustration work for the coffee retailer has spanned a range of styles and subject matter –from whimsical depictions of pastries to pencil sketches of ingredients, from icons that guide user interaction to imagery that supports brand engagement.
Illustration: “The Sloth”
This lazy critter was featured in Ball of Wax Quarterly, a site dedicated to bringing new and obscure music to light. He accompanied a lovely, dreamy song by Cleesman on this compilation of children’s music with animal-themed songs. Get your copy here!
Pine trees, lights and a wintery scene are all ingredients for a classic holiday greeting. This richly textured illustration was distributed in a seasonal email from Houston-based law firm Baker Williams Mattheisen.
This colossal, colorful jellyfish is inspired by the diversity of ideas and creativity in the Puget Sound region. This illustration uses layers of textures and color to create a rich setting for simple characters and concepts.
We created this shelf of glassy-eyed, cotton-filled dead heads for a show poster to promote Seattle musician R.B. Reed. He sings, “On your mantel display me, prop me up with your other trophies, the testament to your morbid hobby – that’s your taxidermied love.”
The interruptasaurus does not pause for conversation. It plunges head-on into discussion, tearing opinions asunder and impaling the mutual exchange of ideas. It is not an intentionally destructive creature and would much rather bear-hug a friend or loved one. A sorely confused and often misunderstood creature, we love the interruptasaurus.