An illustration of one of my favorite sports figures ever! #43 Troy Polamalu plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and is by far one of the most talented people to ever play the game. He is a incredibly humble person off the field, but when on the field his intensity is hard to match. Hopefully my illustration did him justice.
This was an illustration I did of a Owensboro, KY native. One of my favorite actors and photographs inspired this illustration. Originally quite large I shrunk it down to do a screen print of it on some nice electric red French Paper.
13" x 19" 5 Color silkscreen 100lb Electric Red French Paper
This was a class project for Illustration 3 were we had to do a self portrait of another person in the class. We were handed small sheets of papers with names written on them and I ended up with this one. Tiffany. She gave me some some suggestions of flowers and wine to work with. I’m not usually one to draw on such subject matter but it turned out to be pretty enjoyable.
This project was for Watkins College of Art, Design & Film. Each semester they have a theme for their orientation and this year I was asked to provide an illustration that could be plastered over all kinds of things. The theme was DISorientation. I came up with the idea of a maze and everything leading to one goal. Divided it into the different departments of Fine Art, Photography, Graphic Design and Film. Then wrapped it all up in a can of spray paint.
This was a gig poster done for the band Call Me Savage. They played at The End here in Nashville. A zombie apocalypse theme to it. Savagely chewed off his fingers to throw up the horns! Illustration + hand done type + silkscreen = rockin gig poster!
13″ x 19″ 2 Color silkscreen 80lb Packing Brown French Paper
This poster was selected as the official 2010 Music City Hot Chicken Festival after a stiff competition between about 15 other students. I drew this with a bit of a Ralph Steadman style. All done by hand with ink and bamboo brushes. The original is about 24" x 36". I scaled it down for the reproduction to a nice 13" x 19" poster. This bad boy was thrown all around Nashville to promote the event.
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