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Client: National Priorities Project Animated by Jo Rivers
Sure to be the next Airborne, Aromax Health is an all natural pain gel that really works. It's not in all the drugstores yet but keep your eyes peeled. I did the illustrations for the package which is known to be a guarantee of success.
I illustrated this exceedingly silly children's book by Errol McDowell. It should be in stores one of these days.
There are lots of funny politicians in Arizona. The Association of Alternative Newspapers gave this cover from the Tucson Weekly an award.
A comic for Chefables to teach youngsters and their parents about the super powers that come from eating carrots.
I drew a nationally syndicated comic strip called, Troubletown, for twenty-three years. It was a blast. I retired it in 2011.
Here's an infographic for Cogeco Data Services, an assignment from Alphachimp Studio.
Client confidentiality prevents me from showing much of my professional graphic recording work. Here's a chart done in my studio while listening to a TED talk.
This was Airborne's brand when they went from zero to $100 million a year in sales! What are you waiting for?
Here's an infographic I did for my friends at Open Exhibits.
Here's a graphic recording of a Randy Pausch lecture I did in my studio.
In one of my rare moments of commercial exposure, I did a strange little booklet about shaving for the SB Johnson company. Stock in the company experienced a momentary spike.
I was honored to do the logo and some funnies for the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Center's annual Celebrity Pool Toss fundraiser, a San Francisco institution.
A company licensed my designs for two jigsaw puzzles, New York and San Francisco. I expected to make millions in the puzzle business but then my dream fell to pieces.
The San Francisco-based Imagineering Company invited me to collaborate on packaging for political suckers. George W. Bush's cinnamon-flavored sucker was "so strong it's nukular."
This is an old one but, hey, it did win an Addy Award from the Silicon Valley Ad Club! It's a simple animated gif I did for San Jose ad agency Orloff Williams.
It turns out that the anti-bacterial soap you use kills everything. An illustration from the book, Ten Minute Activist, by the Mission Collective.
A cover for the book, Ten Minute Activist, which I illustrated. Avalon Books' marketing team chose another cover, one with a photo of a globe in a shopping bag, and the book failed to sell.
This comic for Sierra Magazine is older than ink. Older than the redwoods. But I still like it AND it won a Maggie Award for best illustration. Do they even give those out anymore now that there are no magazines?
In one of the best projects ever, I pulled together an amazing team of artists and scene builders to design an attraction for Children's Fairyland in Oakland. Our design was a little, er, too ambitious for the budget and we lost. Might have been a blessing.