October 10, 2020

Dog Lovers for Biden

Last week I got a message from TBWA\Chiat\Day NY President Rob Schwartz asking a favor, and when Rob Schwartz asks you for a favor it doesn't matter how busy you are... you do it. Despite it being our final week of our initial submission period for The Side Show, I told him yes.

He needed a black and white illustration of two German Shepherds wearing sun glasses in homage to Biden's dog Champ. They needed something for their social channels and I was happy to oblige. Below is the end result.

August 10, 2020

Brain Freeze

I honestly had no intention of doing any more illustrations until my super secret project and freelance were done, but this weekend inspiration struck while while I was spending time with my girlfriend and her friend (who happened to be eating an ice cream bar).

June 15, 2020


Finished up a 2 week freelance gig on Friday so I doodled a little last night and this morning now that I have some free time again.

May 23, 2020


Another random experiment with motion graphics I made over the past two days. Learned a lot about trim paths with this one.

May 18, 2020

Meet the Flintstones

Late last night I had the urge to try and make a higher-end illustration of the Flintstones house. Here are the results.

May 13, 2020


Wanted to play around with some more motion graphics, so I illustrated a quick mountain scene and made this.

May 12, 2020

The Petersen Museum

Latest in my Los Angeles illustration series, The Petersen Automotive Museum. Fun fact, Biggie Smalls was killed while leaving an event at The Petersen. I think about it every time I drive by Wilshire and Fairfax... or at least when I did pre-Covid.

May 10, 2020

Mother’s Day Card

I've been trying to teach myself more motion graphics in After Effects, so I decided to make a card for Mother's Day this year.

May 5, 2020

The Broad Museum

Another entry in my LA illustration project.

May 2, 2020

Hotel Illustration

A few months ago while I was on Reddit I came across a photo of a hotel. I thought it would make a really nice illustration, so I saved it. I finally had some free time over the weekend so I went ahead and took a stab at it.

April 15, 2020

Capitol Records Building

After I finished Randy's, I was still feeling super motivated to draw so I decided to take on another Los Angeles landmark. While drawing Randy's I realized that my style lent itself to painting so I made a few modifications. to see how it'd look. Which do you prefer?

As a side note, I took the original mural and dropped it in in Photoshop. I'm not skilled enough to recreate real art on my own.

April 10, 2020

Randy’s Donuts

You start to think about the things you miss when you're stuck inside during a pandemic. It's kind of like how I think about what I miss while I'm dieting. In this case, I'm doing both simultaneously. As such, I realized I really really miss donuts. So I illustrated the biggest one I could think of.

I was originally going to just do it as a black and white, but decided to add color once I got close to finishing. Both versions are below. Have a preference?