It’s been a while since I made a map, so here’s a map.
In my second post for The Bold Italic, old-timey illustrations of Oakland’s longest surviving watering holes.
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.
Caltrans owns a lot of land in West Oakland. Much of it is paved, but how much could potentially be planted with carbon-sequestering trees?
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.