The Secret Lives of Spurs | San Antonio Magazine

A full-spread illustration detailing the private off-court hobbies of several members of the San Antonio Spurs. Includes Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, Danny Green, Gregg Popovich, Patty Mills, David Lee, Pau Gasol, Kawhi Leonard, Davis Bertans, Tony Parker, Dewayne Dedmon, and Lamarcus Aldridge.
Art directed by Jenn Hair.

WWCTD | Personal

A shirt design in honor of the sage, tough, and loving Coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) from Friday Night Lights. Because sometimes in life, we all need to ask ourselves “WWCTD - What Would Coach Taylor Do?”

Available as apparel here.

Hiding in Plain Sight | Houston Press & MIami New Times

Cover illustration of Roberto Rincon, one of several corrupt businessman now living in the United States after stealing billions of dollars from the struggling Venezuelan government.

The Worst Wig Game | Entertainment Weekly

Bald versions of five actors and their truly terrible wigs from 2016 movies. With Anna Kendrick (Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates) Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange) Shailene Woodley (Snowden) Ben Foster (Warcraft) and Rebecca Ferguson (The Girl on the Train)
Art directed by Jennie Chang


Dancing Downtown | Las Vegas Weekly

A disco-inspired take on the flourishing alternative dance scene in downtown Las Vegas.
Art directed by Corlene Byrd.

Staff Portraits | Las Vegas Weekly

Portraits of Las Vegas Weekly columnists John Kats, Andy Wang, Brock Radke, Rick Moonen, Smith Galtney, and Stacey Willis.
Art directed by Corlene Byrd.

2016 Commemorative Match Poster | LA Galaxy

The Force Awakens-inspired match poster for the 2016 California Clásico game between the LA Galaxy and the San Jose Earthquakes on March 19th.
Art directed by Chris Thomas and Brad Saiki.

Sold as a print through the
LA Galaxy Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to helping children through educational, health and soccer based initiatives and programs.

Decisions, Decisions | Milwaukee Magazine

Candidates Chris Abele, Jose Perez, Bob Donovan, and Rebecca Bradley are all vying for votes in Wisconsin state, county, and city elections.
Art directed by Rachel Stinebring.

The Force Awakens | Personal

A Force Awakens diptych featuring new heroes Rey, Finn and BB-8, along with everyone's favorite nerfherder Han Solo on the light side with a First Order Stormtrooper, Captain Phasma, and the villainous Kylo Ren representing the dark side.

Both are available as prints here.

Bank On It | Penthouse

Full-page illustration for a story by Shane Enholm in which he chronicles his career as the "Ponytail Bandit." He robbed 29 banks in Southern California in the late 1970s.
Art directed by John Faraci.

Click here to see the process.

2016 Attacks! | Las Vegas Weekly

Las Vegas Weekly's list of things to do in 2016 includes rediscovering the Natural History Museum and watch the implosion of the Riviera.
Art directed by Corlene Byrd.

The Guest | Personal

Poster for my favorite movie of 2014, The Guest starring Dan Stevens and Maika Monroe and directed by Adam Wingard.


Attack of the Party Beast | Las Vegas Weekly

Attack of the 50 Foot Woman-inspired cover with a towering DJ M!KEATTACK spinning over the city of Las Vegas.
Art directed by Corlene Byrd.

Available as a print here.


The Notables | Milwaukee Magazine

Hypothetical movie The Notables pits Hank the dog, cyber-mascot gone mad, and his armada of airships against Samuel L. Jackson, Mister Ed, Vin Diesel, and Steve Martinl for the fate of Milwaukee.
Art directed by Krista Schmidt.

Click here to see the process.


2015 Commemorative Match Poster | LA Galaxy

A New Hope-inspired poster for the March 21st match between the LA Galaxy and the Houston Dynamo.
Art directed by Chris Thomas and Brad Saiki.

Click here to see the process.


Set for Stun! | Las Vegas Weekly

Portrait of William Powell, the owner of the Sci-Fi Center in Las Vegas, a local establishment with cult movie screenings, comics, books, toys and collectibles.
Art directed by Corlene Byrd.

Click here to see the process.


Pillow Talk | Las Vegas Weekly

Professional cuddlers are available for hire and the popularity of the BDSM room at legal brothel Sheri's Ranch has boomed since the release of Fifty Shades of Grey.
Art directed by Corlene Byrd.


Open Water | Month of Fear

Series of personal illustrations created for the Month of Fear - Kristina Carroll's month-long illustration challenge that explores new fear-themed subjects each week.

Demons Within | Month of Fear

Wigging Out | Entertainment Weekly

Various wigs of characters from TV shows including Scandal, Orphan Black, The Good Wife, Downton Abbey, Sleepy Hollow, The Americans, The Blacklist, The Walking Dead, Veep, Once Upon a Time, Game of Thrones, True Detective, and Arrow.
Art directed by Jennie Chang

Masters of Sex | Personal

Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan as Masters & Johnson from the excellent Showtime series Masters of Sex.

Available as a print here.

Ryan Adams | Personal

Portrait of musician Ryan Adams in anticipation of his 2014
self-titled album Ryan Adams.

Sold as a tote bag through PAX AM Records.


Better Than Goofy Golf | Bottleneck Gallery

Based on Steven Spielberg's Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Created for the group exhibit Where Is My Mind? at Brooklyn's Bottleneck Gallery.

People Who Died 2013 | Philadelphia City Paper

Cover illustration plus six additional portraits of prominent Philadelphians who passed away in 2013.
Art directed by Reseca Peskin.

Outsourcing Education | Village Voice

Colleges are hiring part-time adjuncts rather than full-time professors, leaving them with no job security, low pay, and no benefits.
Art directed by Jesus Diaz.

Click here to see the process.

City Guide | Philadelphia City Paper

City Paper's annual guide to events, venues, neighborhoods, and restaurants.
Art directed by Reseca Peskin.

Click here to see the process.

The Grenada Invasion | Village Voice

Med students from New York City colleges and the offshore St. George's battle for assignments in
New York City hospitals.
Art directed by Jesus Diaz.

Click here to see the process.

Wu-Tang Clan | Dallas Observer

Portraits of the members of the Wu-Tang Clan, including the late Ol' Dirty Bastard.
Art directed by Alexander Flores.

Available as a print here.

Brian & Nairobi | Hairy Baltimore

Hairy Baltimore is a book curated by Alex Fine for the Baltimore Book Festival with portraits of Baltimore icons and their unique hairstyles.
Featuring work from 20 illustrators including Alex Fine, Thomas Pitilli, Kelsey Dake, Annie Wu, Daniel Fishel, Noah Pfarr, Andrea Kalfas,
Daniel Krall and more.