I recently worked with Bicycling magazine to create a half page illustration for their article on "Data Junkies." They client referenced a piece from a personal series I was working on as a style inspiration for the final illustration.
UPDATE: The project did not make it on Kickstarter so I'm not producing the extended line of merch. but I have produced the 18x24 screen print which you can purchase here
I have received such an enthusiastic response to my Design Gangs series and now that I've hit 20 total, I've taken it to Kickstarter to produce a series of shirts and prints! You can get one of 9 designs on apparel or a grid poster of all 20 designs (plus some temporary tattoos).
Please take a few minutes to check it out, support it if you like, and spread the word. Project ends on December 5th.
I worked with Tyler Galpin at Radpad to create a map of the DC Metro highlighting average rental rates around popular stops along the various lines. The map needed to be illustrated enough to be fun and engaging, while also serving as an info graphic to get the data across clearly. Because the map was to be viewed primarily on screen, the individual landmarks needed to be simplified to a degree that they could work small on screen as well as hold up if the map was used larger and printed. Thanks to Tyler and the crew! You can see the map on their blog here.
Borne out of a mixture of personal experience, a fascination with our shared design language/experiences, and a healthy dose of wanting to try some new techniques. This is an ongoing series and I'll be adding as I go.
UPDATE: This project is now live on KICKSTARTER until December 5, 2014. Check it out for apparel and prints.