This series of ink and watercolor illustrations complimented a striking display in the Paul Stuart Manhattan store.
This light and novel approach to a corporate timeline made an office reception area striking. These fun, stylistic illustrations highlight yearly business milestones.
A few samples from a vast series of stylized illustrations for Corvias Group, a company who works with the U.S. military, universities and municipalities to solve their facilities and infrastructure challenges.
A collection of various book images (covers and interior) I’ve created for both youth and adult readers.
This cover for Cell magazine illustrated, well, cells.
There’s lots of different ways to show a person’s portrait. Here’s a couple of stylized approaches among many more I can do.
This style of illustration easily makes readers more engaged and brings text to life, even if it’s on the dry side.
From paper dolls to animation, these characters come in many shapes and sizes....and species.
Intimidated by the need to come up with fun and provocative superhero drawings to tell your story? Just call my hotline and I’ll come to the rescue!
Here’s a fun style that goes just right on a healthy food package.
This editorial illustration could easily be a detail from a 1940’s poster.
These simple vector illustrations were blown way up and cut out of a 3-D material, then adhered to the walls of meeting rooms of an insurance company for a beautiful effect.
Don’t see a style you were thinking for a project? Let’s talk! I‘ve done many more or can match an established style you might be thinking of.
Technical, Mechanical, Instuctional. Yeah, some subjectmatter sounds a bit dry, but that doesn’t mean the illustration needs to be.