Lazy Bear, a 2-star Michelin rated restaurant in San Francisco, wanted to update their menu illustrations for consistency.
Lazy Bear, a 2-star Michelin rated restaurant in San Francisco, was looking for a fun and playful portrait series for 2018 to match their field guide style.
This was a sample drawing for a company that makes smoking products. They wanted it in the style of those bohemian drawings of women from the early 20th century, with a bit of an Egyptian vibe. I like the pencil drawing so much I decided to add some ink.
This was part of a concept for a logo. A cute sloth, just hanging out.
My two dogs, Joe and Lana, soaring over the Golden Gate Bridge.
A vector illustration of a grey wolf facing straight ahead. I created this on my iPad with Adobe Ideas. It was an interesting experience, drawing right on the screen — as opposed to a Wacom tablet, where there’s a big disconnect. I threw it on a t-shirt for fun.
A watercolor painting of an elegant woman who appears to be floating on a cloud, but a little suspicious of you.
A blue and brown themed watercolor painting of a woman admiring her little dragon friend; who in turn, is lovingly admiring her.
A beautiful watercolor painting of a woman, with a touch of whimsy and fantasy. Her orange hair spirals out of control and her gown blends in with the grassy green beneath her.
A watercolor painting of a red Triumph Daytona 675 motorcycle, with motion blur.