Monthly Archives: February 2013

This illustration is a personal work that was created for a Secret 7 charity event. More specifically, for for a vinyl record sleeve — to mark the 40th anniversary of Elton John’s track Bennie And The Jets. Between 30-50 winners will be selected to be exhibited in East London over a week in April, 2013.

700 one-of-a-kind vinyl records will be available for purchase, with the proceeds going to the charity Art Against Knives. The rules were to create artwork with no text to be placed on a single side of the sleeve. The full artwork and a few details can be found below.

I simply had to enter this contest upon finding out about it – as I’m a big Elton fan. Two of my rescued cats are even named Elton and Bernie…





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If you’d be so inclined, you can vote for this entry at the Talenthouse web site until 2/28/13.

Here’s an older editorial spot, with some minor updates. Residing just outside Seattle — winters often find me feeling like the guy with the umbrella. The first image is the primary spot, and a few details to follow.

flood0 flood1 flood2 flood3Had to zoom in on the red pelican, since he’s my favorite part of the illustration! Thanks for visiting my blog. More to follow soon…


From the archives, here’s a fun illustration for an article about finding great business prospects in the self-storage niche. Tried to include a different slant on it than the usual “business” visual types. Below you’ll find the primary artwork, and a few details following up with the in-context view.





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