Gotta Catch’em All

If you grew up with a Gameboy, you most doubtedly had a cartridge of Pokemon. It was a phenomenal game with one addicting marketing plan. Continue reading

Happy Australia Day!

Its sad that so many holidays get passed up without anyone knowing. For this reason, I bring up Australia’s 4th of July. Let us all celebrate this grand day in support of our super cool neighbors across the sea. Continue reading

I See Something in my Bed

Is there something moving in there? As I wake from the vague memories of dreams, I see something in the corner of my eye. What is it? Its like the sheets are moving. Almost like the alien from Evolution crawling underneath the skin of Professor Harry Block. Continue reading

Ranger’s Inspiration

Luckily, after exactly a year after creating this blog, I’m still working on it (even though not as religiously as I would have hoped). Today’s design was inspired of a need to draw when I got up this morning. Enjoy. Continue reading

The Bananist

Possibly the dumbest super hero ever! Continue reading

When We Were Young

Don’t you love looking back at your past work and realizing how crappy you were? It reminds you of how much you’ve grown. Its also a reminder of how much more growth you have ahead of yourself. Continue reading

Beware of Baggers

Last of a set of random doodles, here’s a random drawing of a grocery bagger. Continue reading

Who should be the Millionaires

Ever think about how we decide how much one job is worth compared to another? Now think about if we changed the scales. It could be a scary world. Continue reading

Beauty of a Card

With the rise in popularity with poker or the long history and mythology of playing cards, motifs using spades, aces, jacks, and kings have rose in distribution. We designers will always be influenced by these shifts in culture, whether intentionally or not, and I was the other day. I was just thinking about what I should make and I came up with a king motif. Continue reading

Design Compliments

When I was a kid, I was told that I was going to be the next Picasso or De Vinci. People like complimenting art to the extreme which is a dangerous thing because it can put some expectations in a kid’s head that shouldn’t be there. Continue reading