Some of the Shirt Logos I did for the Vandalettes of Vero Beach- in 2011 in some of their new press photos in 2013- thanks Brandy and Kelly, the shirts looks outstanding! The 2011 artwork is below the two photos…
Photo credit to AUSTIN RUSSELL PHOTOGRAPHY
My Sister in Law, Rebecca, asked me to make a logo for my niece’s 8 and under soccer team “The Luna Chicks”- because they are crazy girls who are 8- but you get it. Anyway, Rebecca told me I was a great artist and the kids would love it- well I made this and it was too intense for the kids- and they didnt use it. But it was nice to have people asking for work again, and I thought it was a cool logo- even for 8 year old girls.
The last item I really got into before my Hiatus- this was a sharp and clean logo for the fratenity’s 20th anniversary in 2002. We used it all over the place- and it is a great logo to this day in my humble opinion.
Another nice Tee Shirt logo from before my hiatus- classic and sharp.
More great MAD Magazine style parody artwork for my Fraternity- basically a parody of all things that caught my attention in 1998.
Another MAD Magazine style collection for a Fraternity Tee Shirt- more pop culture and news items that caught my attention in late 1997. Some great stuff hidden around in here.
Classic Tee Shirt Art from 1997 – Some great detail and caricature style art, very much like some of the classic MAD! Magazines I enjoyed as a kid. Bascially it is a collage of things that caught my attention in 1997.
A great tee shirt art from me- via Derek Riggs of Iron Maiden Fame- more of a tribute type art than anything else- this is an iconic image to me, and at the time, a real challenge to pull this off.
This was some more artwork I did in college for Lambda Chi Alpha- this was a Joseph Michael Linsner Inspired Monster- combined with our Annual Golf Outing. I like this piece alot, and for golf, it’s pretty cool.
A great image from 1994- inspired by Sergio Aragone- how much detail and little odd stuff could I stuff into this drawing- this drawing still reminds me of a time when I always felt more was better- and sometimes it still is, as evidenced by this piece- great stuff.