Jet Blue

The New York Times

Don't fly Jet Blue

The New York Times wanted an illustration as a companion piece for an article on that Jet Blue Flight attendant who went postal on an irate customer.

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Milk Market Map

The Milk Market

Mapping the Interior

A new community food hall wanted a bespoke map to help guide customers around the space. I created custom icons for each of the restaurants that let customers easily see what each had to offer.

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Various Logos

Brand identities

A collection of various identities I’ve created over the years.

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Brand Strategy

Custom Icons

Icons

Various icons I’ve created for several different clients.

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Katie and Matthew Wedding

Milk Market Map

UrbanTrans Locations

Terry Rigg Design Branding

Shiny Shoe Team

Gear Stream Infographic

Transportation Modes

Matt and Sean Wedding

People I See at the Gym

AIGA: Chaircuterie

AIGA: Charcuterie

What lies beneath?

I was selected as one of 100 Colorado artists to participate in Chaircuterie, the AIGA’s celebration of its centennial anniversary. The story goes that at the very first organization meeting, attendees had to bring their own chairs. As you may have guessed by now, the theme of the evening was ‘Chairs’ and there was a nice mix of 2D and 3D artists. Each submission had to feature a chair in some way shape and form, and there were a lot of very creative solutions to the objective. All pieces were donated and auctioned off in a silent auction with proceeds going to the AIGA.

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Vietnam: Hao Long Bay

Hao Long Bay

A couple of years ago I spent a week or so in northern Vietnam. One of the most fascinating things I did was spend two nights on a boat tooling around Hao Long Bay. It was almost winter time, so there was a lot of fog in the air that made the whole experience feel a little mysterious and surreal. We’d be slowly crawling along and all of the sudden these huge rock formations would just appear, rising up out of the water in the middle of the bay.

 

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Endangered Species

Endangered

Last year sometime, I read The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History by Elizabeth Kolbert. It’s concerned with how mankind is making it much more difficult for the rest of the species on the planet to continue living on said planet. It’s as horrific as you think it might be. Maybe even worse.  I was inspired to create this ongoing series of posters to highlight the most endangered animal species in the world. They are for sale on my shop page at Society 6. If you buy one, 100% of all proceeds will go to the World Wildlife Fund.

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The Black Rhino by Sean Duggan
Amur Leopard by Sean Duggan
The Hawksbill Sea Turtle by Sean Duggan

Save the Signs on Colfax

Save the Signs

A couple of years ago, an organization was started to save some of the old neon signs on Colfax Avenue in Denver. Colfax is the longest street in Denver and a lot of the signs are for businesses that are still in operation. As they’ve fallen into disrepair, the businesses typically replace them with cheaper alternatives. Save the Signs was created to help the businesses repair them instead of destroying them. I created this series of posters to help raise money for the preservation effort.

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Pop Culture Card Deck

Pop Culture Card Deck

Recently, I discovered Deckstarter, and needed an interesting project for self-promotion, so I decided to build a deck of cards. I’ve always been a tad obsessed with pop culture, the cult of celebrity and what kind of toll it must take to live your life in the spotlight, so my mind pretty readily went to a pop culture card deck. I think this current style of illustration that I’ve been exploring is perfect for reflecting the personalities of famous people. It flattens them out and and promotes them to icon status which is, in and of itself, a (somewhat satirical) comment on the pedestal we erroneously put them on.

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Emory University

Emory University

Are we smart enough?

A proposed illustration for an article on Frans de Waal’s new book, Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? The author presents evidence that shows animals are capable of much more than we give them credit for. One example was how octopi can use tools. That led me to the idea of them being interested in the same types of tool-use that we are.

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