I recently completed my contribution to the Sacramento News and Review’s “Art Box” project, in which local artists paint and decorate SN&R’s newspaper boxes for public consumption. A photo of me with the box, its various sides, and a composite of four sides seen at once are posted below. Thanks to Skinner for providing supplies and Andy Graham for his very helpful advice. I’ll post an update when SN&R adds my box to their web site, and once I know where in Sacramento the box will be located. Stay tuned!
I came across this cute bird design by Jeanette Lin, AKA “Little Brown Bird”, while researching project ideas for the wearable art class I taught at Studio 700, and decided to make a felt yellow-billed magpie version for my mom, who has always enjoyed watching the yellow-billed magpies on our front lawn. Happy birthday, Mom, and apologies to Jeanette Lin!
After creating the poster and postcard for The Royal Bastards Scooter Club’s “Scooter Rush”, I also redesigned the art for use as a t-shirt. This turned out to be something of a challenge since I could only use four colors against the color of the shirt itself, but I’m quite pleased with the results: The t-shirt design I created for elementary school Theodore Judah’s “Green Team” recycling program was quite a success, as was the Green Team program itself. Sacramento City Unified School District (SCUSD) decided to institute the program at all of its schools, and asked me to redesign…
I saw this online a few years back and decided to PhotoShop it for my own purposes. Apologies to Charles Schulz.
My youngest brother recently turned 25, so I designed these birthday cards for him and my sister. Viva la Baggs!