A print for Posters for Parks, an annual pop-up gallery which raises funds to protect and preserve the great Minneapolis park system. The poster is inspired by a small wooden door at the base of an oak tree in Deming Heights Park.
18” x 24”
Currently an on-going project, illustrating each song in Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band as a car in a circus train.
A poster completed during an illustration residency at The School of Visual Arts. Inspired by street musicians, a hot summer in New York City, and the warm feeling that comes from sharing your gifts.
A love note to my partner in crime.
Spot illustrations for the book, “Keep On Rolling!” by author Gary Legwold. This book celebrates the tradition of lefse, the Norwegian flatbread especially beloved by Norwegian Americans.
Illustration and design for Summit Brewing Co.’s Cranky Woodsman, a nut brown ale with smoke and maple syrup. The only thing a cranky woodsman wants after a day of splitting logs.
A personal illustration inspired by an article from the New York Times titled, “In That Tucked Tail, Real Pangs of Regret?” by John Tierney.
The dark infusion of brutally strong cold press coffee into a deep, dark stout. Almost akin to the cold envelope of space as you float away untethered from your space craft.
A wedding invitation set for some friends. Inspired by music, dancing, love and two cats.
A secret society, a secret symbol. The felluminati is the illuminati for felines. Personal project. Or is it?
Personalized illustrations for a girlfriend’s weekend.
Inspired by the rocky cliffs of Lake Superior in Northern Minnesota. Chilly blue water, warm sunrises, and flat rocks for skipping.
A personal project illustrating bartending tools.
A promotional poster for a weekly music trivia night, sponsored by Summit Brewing Co.
Illustration for my long-running book club. This tote was designed as swag for our annual weekend retreat (YES a retreat). Keep reading books.
A family portrait commission.