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Crazy Tiki guy holding a shrunke

Tiki Character Holding Shrunken Head Logo

Client:

Wayne Harvey

Description:

Logo for a gaming company called Tiki Tantrum I created of a tiki chief holding a shrunken head.

This job was perfect for me, since I love drawing tiki art so much. The client really dug the style of another tiki character I had created, so I tried my best to expand on that and make it the best one I’ve done so far. The logo is being used as the intro screen on several games and apps developed but he company.

Client Testimonial:

I’m absolutely in love with it.  Consider it a job well done! 

-Wayne Harvey

Tiki Tantrum, CEO

Crazy Tiki guy holding a shrunke

Copyright © 2016 by Brian Allen

Crazy Tiki guy holding a shrunke

Copyright © 2016 by Brian Allen

Crazy Tiki guy holding a shrunke

Copyright © 2016 by Brian Allen

Crazy green dog ripping into box

Box Busters Dog Character Logo

Client:

Mic Sully

Description:

This big green dog character ripping through a box I drew is for a logo design for the distribution service, Box Busters.

The client wanted something over-the-top and in-your-face to appeal to his customer base, who are anything but subtle. I drew a caricature of his pet. The business is cannabis themed, but we had to find creative ways to not exploit that theme too much.

Client Testimonial:

Wow…. phenomenal….I’m stoked

-Mic Sully

Owner, Box Busters

Crazy green dog ripping into box

Copyright © 2016 by Brian Allen

Crazy green dog ripping into box

Copyright © 2016 by Brian Allen

Crazy green dog ripping into box

Copyright © 2016 by Brian Allen

Humorous and dark Illustration of a killer bee with a chainsaw

Killer Bee with Chainsaw

This illustration was for a private commission for a fan’s husband (I believe as an anniversary present). She needed a large illustration to fit on two facing panels in a hallway, and wanted it to be fun and creepy at the same time. We came up with this idea of drawing a giant killer bee wielding a chainsaw in a ruined city as bystanders flee in fear. I chose colors that would compliment the existing scheme in their home. She was thrilled with how it turned out. I printed them out on two large 36 inch square panels. I’m thinking about making stickers of the chainsaw-bee.

Client Testimonial:
We just got them in the mail yesterday and they look FANTASTIC! I can’t wait to get them in a frame!
-Katie Boyle

Parts of this illustration are available for licensing here:

Humorous and dark Illustration of a killer bee with a chainsaw

This illustration was for a private commission for a fan’s husband (I believe as an anniversary present). She needed a large illustration to fit on two facing panels in a hallway, and wanted it to be fun and creepy at the same time. We came up with this idea of drawing a giant killer bee wielding a chainsaw in a ruined city as bystanders flee in fear. I chose colors that would compliment the existing scheme in their home. She was thrilled with how it turned out. I printed them out on two large 36 inch square panels. I’m thinking about making stickers of the chainsaw-bee.
To see more of my work, or hire me for freelance projects, please visit my website: www.flylanddesigns.com

Humorous and dark Illustration of a killer bee with a chainsaw

This illustration was for a private commission for a fan’s husband (I believe as an anniversary present). She needed a large illustration to fit on two facing panels in a hallway, and wanted it to be fun and creepy at the same time. We came up with this idea of drawing a giant killer bee wielding a chainsaw in a ruined city as bystanders flee in fear. I chose colors that would compliment the existing scheme in their home. She was thrilled with how it turned out. I printed them out on two large 36 inch square panels. I’m thinking about making stickers of the chainsaw-bee.
To see more of my work, or hire me for freelance projects, please visit my website: www.flylanddesigns.com

Humorous and dark Illustration of a killer bee with a chainsaw

This illustration was for a private commission for a fan’s husband (I believe as an anniversary present). She needed a large illustration to fit on two facing panels in a hallway, and wanted it to be fun and creepy at the same time. We came up with this idea of drawing a giant killer bee wielding a chainsaw in a ruined city as bystanders flee in fear. I chose colors that would compliment the existing scheme in their home. She was thrilled with how it turned out. I printed them out on two large 36 inch square panels. I’m thinking about making stickers of the chainsaw-bee.
To see more of my work, or hire me for freelance projects, please visit my website: www.flylanddesigns.com

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