Inspired by a visit to the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory
One way to disconnect.
My cat is very destructive.
Inspired by a ramen dinner had at restaurant Daikaya in Washington D.C.
Illustration for the short story "Who Wants to Be a Mama's Boy?" on Narratively.
Inspired by this profile of Bryan Stevenson.
Inspired by the novel, The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin.
Illustration for Kellogg Insight.
Editorial illustration for Powder Magazine
Inspired by the novel Haints Stay by Colin Winnette
Cover art for the Salk Lake City Weekly story about the 2016 legislature.
AD: Derek Carlisle
Inspired by the podcast, Reply All.
Original illustration. 2015. In honor of Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and everything in between.
Illustrated cat pattern.
Inspired by the novel Radio Iris by Anne-Marie Kinney.
Inspired by AOID, the latest album by the post-country, indie rock band Ratboys.
Autoptic, Minneapolis' Premier Comic and Independent Print Festival, is returning August 19th 2018.
Outside of First Ave. Nightclub. Minneapolis, MN.
My poster for the 2016 Artcrank poster show.
Client: Kellogg Insight, Northwestern University.
Inspired by The Shallows by Nicholas Carr.
Dirt Rag Magazine | AD: Stephen Haynes
The Job of The Wasp is the third novel I'd read by Colin Winnette. This most recent book, published by Soft Skull Press, is from the perspective of a boy who finds himself in an orphanage and then a swarm of murderous insanity.
Animated version of an illustration done for this Narratively Story.
Finally, I got around to seeing The Office. The trick, I guess, was finding the time for all 9 seasons. Like a great sitcom, it applies the comic-strip "variations on a theme" to perfection. Doesn't hurt that Steve Carrell is reliably goofy.
Inspired by the novel If on a Winter's Night a Traveler by Italo Calvino