This is a series of promotional materials I created for an upcomming hip-hop album called “The Order of the Owl” presented by Nightlyfe and Royal Zone Records. I was asked to create a logo, banner design, album cover, and disc image for the project. The artwork is filled with symoblism that was important to the artists and what they represents (including the specific number of stars in the sky, for example). It was a fairly complex image, but in the end, we were all happy with the result.
An illustration I created for a T-Shirt brand. It’s one of three in a series depicting a buck in a different monstrous and evil variations. This one was inspired by the most infamous Gorgon of them all: Medusa. Three colors on black.
Logo design I created for a distributer in Florida that deals in electronic cigarettes. The owner is a real nice dude who goes on Safaris in his spare time. He hired me to create a logo and mascot character combining the two themes. We had a lot of fun with this one!
I recently had the pleasure of working with Lethal Threat, a huge name in the graphic decal business. I came up with this concept of a zombie enjoying a “hearty” snack. Originally designed as a graphic decal for a bike’s tank. I probably don’t need to say this, but I had a lot of fun with this!
This album cover for the hardcore metal band, Killing For Christ, was a fun challenge. The client wanted to illustrate what it might look like if all the world’s religions duked it out. We were careful to keep the illustration dark, but still humorous, so it’s obvous that this is a tongue-in-cheek rendition of the apocalypse (throwing in a few cultural icons like Kermit and Fozzy the Bear helped with that, I think). Of course, it’s not true heavy metal if no one gets at least slightly offended!
Logo design for High Guys Radio, a Canadian podcast about … well, you figure it out.’
Logo design I created for the Nerd-core hip-hop artist, El Gun Legro. This guy has a ton of personality, and we set out to create an icon and typeface that would capture that. It was also import to retain a comic book feel, since comic conventions are a huge part of his set list. We kicked around a couple of designs, but ultimately, we landed on this one, with a screaming mic with cords mimicing El Gun’s iconic wig.
Check him out here (J-Light is wearing a shirt I designed for El Gun!):