In a flurry of vectors, I’ve refreshed several of the banners on 511CC‘s website. Here are some of the best.
I designed this card and a companion poster in two days for Bike East Bay for Bike to Work Day.
Fulfilling a several month-long dream, I can now call myself a published Illustrator.
It’s beyond time to leave behind my UC Berkeley business cards (as much as I love the back), which means a new design and an incrementally better title.
What started as some absent-minded Illustrator doodling in Uganda has turned into a nearly complete map of Happy Hour specials around Oakland’s free Broadway Shuttle.
I’ve been asked many times how I find work as a freelancer. “Pitching design projects over drinks at Flora” doesn’t often work, but it’s turned into my favorite project by far.
I’ve been in Newton County all month, jumping in and consulting on a slew of economic development projects. Designing a pro-planning coloring book was the perfect artistic diversion.
I’m in Kampala for a few weeks while Josh is working on a mobile telephony / Internet community radio project. In preparation for his group’s presentation to the Uganda Radio Network, I rendered a handful of images.
Asked to design an infographic-style timeline for Students of the World, I made these neat images.
“Traditional” wedding registries don’t serve much use to a couple that already shares 600 square feet, so Josh and I made a website to register our honeymoon. This was an excuse for me to draw elk.