This piece was created for Art-Deck-O 5. A small tribute to a couple of my favorites from my childhood, Jim Phillips and Rick Griffin.
Acrylic on skateboard
A graphic created for a friends' adventure-riding motorcycle group. A tuff group of old dogs deserves a tuff tee. I also created a page of other marks too…guess I was just feeling it that day.
The original Arco Atomics, founded by nuclear scientists, were the ideal mix of baseball and brains. Their pioneering attention to player statistics led to their enduring nickname, “The Baseball Brains of Butte County,” and 20 years of dominance on the field.
A graphic created in honor of my neighborhood. It all goes back to cruising around on BMX bike, dreaming of lightning bolts and Big Gulps.
Which occasionally led to some serious wipeouts!
Back in the 1920s and ’30s, when Lowman was a smidge bigger than it is today, folks used to travel from miles around to see the Lowman Fightin’ Pines. But they didn’t just come for the Idaho Mythical Minor Leagues season — the Pines were just as famous for their lumberjack-style training, which married intense firefighting prep work with baseball. These burly men built their biceps swinging axes into lodgepole pines and clearing brush. Their catcher, James “Sourdough” McKnight, developed his famous stamina for this physically grueling position by shimmying up 75-foot trees; he’d charge onlookers 5 cents a piece for the privilege of watching him work, which went to the team’s travel fund.
This piece was created for the Monster Poster Show put on by Swell Artist Collective. Frankie just wants to be a star…can he reach his goal before it's too late?
Some greeting card art. Snarky romance and a collection of bottles. Cheers!
A small ink and watercolor illustration of some twisted up stuff.
The 10 year anniversary poster I created for the Boise Bicycle Project. Kids love bikes…and the BBP makes sure that the kids can roll! The folks are BBP have been doing great work for years. I know they'll be around for many more.
The Hill City Bullies were born out of sheer will in a dusty, last-stop town on the Camas Prairie. The first team ever formed in the Idaho Mythical Minor Leagues, the Bullies were the end of the line — and hope — for visiting players who weren’t used to the Bullies’ diet of thick air and hard work.
Ink and watercolor.
Ink and watercolor.
Hop Ranger roams the dim boulevards of your home town seeking out the most refreshing beers he can find. If you see him, please stop him and say hi. You're sure to get great advice and guidance to your next tasty beer.
An assortment of tees I have created over the years. Some of them are still in rotation, others were for special occasions.
An assortment of logos from years past. So many memories…