Coloring Club STL

Screen Shot 2015-11-17 at 10.37.33 AMIn one of the more fun assignments I’ve had recently, Jess Leitch of City in a Jar asked me to contribute a coloring page for her monthly STL Coloring Club. It was a great excuse to draw a bunch of old cars I’ve seen around the city. I’ve attached the high res file below that you can feel free to print out and color in yourself if you’d like. Just don’t be a dick and sell iphone cases with it or something okay?

Coloring Club STL (136 downloads)

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New stuff

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A couple of recent pieces:

Top: For an article about running clubs affiliated with restaurants and bars for Denver 5280 Magazine

Below: For an article about the “Black Brunch” protests taking place around the country, for San Francisco Magazine

Thanks for looking!

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Black Hill Press

BlackhillcoversI’m excited to share that the Series of covers I designed for Black Hill Press is now available!

I worked on covers for three new novellas: Renaissance Spook by Jason L. Pyrz, Skinny Blue by Nathan Pensky and 116 Days* With Dad by Cazzey Louis Cereghino

I will write a more thorough post soon, talking a bit about the process, but I wanted to share a link to the Black Hill site where the books are now available in e-book and paperback form.




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Alive Magazine



An illustration for Matt Sorrell’s Mixologist column in Alive Magazine. Looking forward to doing more like it soon!

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STL Hats!


For better or worse I’m a hat person. For years I’ve wanted to produce my own hats and I’ve finally made it happen! These feature a unique STL monogram on a 100% wool hat from Ebbets Field Flannels. The hats are one size fits all with an real leather strap and are made in the USA.

Along with my buddy Andrew Warshauer I’ve set up a simple pre-order site here. they are selling for $40 during pre-order but that will increase once we have the full stock in hand. Take a look!


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Illustration West

I was excited to hear that two of my pieces were accepted into the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles Illustration West competition. My building cutaway for the National Humane Society Animal Sheltering Magazine was accepted into the editorial category and my National Portfolio Day poster for Washington University won a Bronze Award in the institutional category. Big thanks to all the judges!



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“His name is etched in the grand fonts of the record books, but his game is still like florescent graffiti…” Rowan Ricardo Phillips. Read the rest of Rowan’s lyrical ode to the little Argentine playmaker on the Howler blog here

I visited Barcelona a few years and Gaudí”s architecture made a huge impression on me. Celebrating Messi’s time in Barcelona seemed like a great time to throw some of that in.

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