Illustrations for New York Times Halloween Kids Issue. AD Debra Bishop
Mondo Poster and Variant comic book cover to celebrate Marvel’s 80th Anniversary. Image prompt was to focus on the Silver Age.
Poster and Logo redesign for Three Panel Crimes Web Comic and the release of the Noir Patreon.
Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors poster for Mondo. 24x36 Screenprint.
Mondo Posters for Edgar Wright’s Cornetto Trilogy, based of EC Comic covers. Shaun of the Dead (Tales from the Crypt) Hot Fuzz (Crime/Shocking SuspenStories) and The World’s End (Weird Fantasy)
Doctor Strange Poster for MondoTees: Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years. 24x36 Screen printed in CMYK using Comic book halftone formulas from the 60s and 70s.
Flyer image for Society of Illustrators Beers for Fears Happy Hour Movie Night. July screening Total Recall and The Running Man.
On-going experimental series of out-of-context horror comic book panels. Used to learn, and recreate as closely as possible, the process and aging of pre-digital comic book color.
Package illustration and design for MONDO’s Vinyl Soundtrack for Netflix Original Series: Marvel’s The Defenders.
ADs Mo Shafeek and Rob Jones.
Available to purchase here
Uncommissioned Revenant poster.
Lord of the Rings: A Knife in the Dark poster for French Paper Art Club.
18x24” 5 color screenprint. Limited & Numbered Edition 140. Officially Licensed from Middle-Earth Ent. / New Line. Printed on Fedrigoni Arcoprint paper 300 grs.
Available for purchase here
Spot illustrations and logos for Entertainment Weekly's first-ever Halloween Issue. Used throughout the issue feature "Hollywood's Greatest Untold Stories" with articles about horror movies from the 70's to the 00's including The Night Stalker, Scream, Chucky, The Stepford Wives, Scream, Shaun of the Dead and more. Illustrations also included in the issue's cover story about the TV series, Supernatural. AD Jennie Chang.
Posters of the Canyonlands for the 59 parks project. Seven color screenprint. Available here: https://59parks.net/collections/all/products/canyonlands-national-park-poster
The Defenders for the Review section in Variety magazine. AD Allison Cressey.
Promo/Poster for a happy hour and movie screening of RoboCop at the Society of Illustrators.
Promo/Poster for an upcoming happy hour and movie screening of They Live! at the Society of Illustrators.
"In the marine world, the kissing gourami is a popular aquarium pet know for its protruding lips, which always seem ready for a smooch. In reality, their puckers hide teeth used to rasp algae from stones and suck protective slime off of other fish. Kissing, then, is a show of dominance..." Alana Mohamed writes in Village Voice about Gary Indiana's new collection of short stories, Tiny Fish That Only Want to Kiss. I was lucky enough to depict the opening story where the title is taken from. A story about two young men living and dreaming in a Romanian ghetto. AD Parker Hubbard.
Illustration for an Upfront article in PLANSPONSOR. Challenges in hostile environments. AD SooJin Buzelli
A trifold mailer designed and illustrated with a simplified version of Samhain Slayers illustration. Including illustrated logos to fit in with the universe of the cartoon gangs. Big bad wolves and not so little pigs squaring off before grabbing a bit at the Luna diner and drinks over at Red Hot Riding Hood's nightclub.
Samhain Slayers: Digital Illustration for Self-Promotion on Halloween. Big bad wolves squaring off against not so little pigs before they grab a bite at The Luna Diner and head off to Red Hot Riding Hood's Bar & club.
For a wasteland that's too lazy to cook its own food. A new sneak peek in to a comic by Ian Higginbotham and Johnny Dombrowski following two characters trying to make ends meet. Doomsday Burgers delivery boy, or "DB" and Paranormal Pizza Exorcism Agency Chef, Roza.
You can buy the full-color, 28 page, sneak peek issue at doomsdayburgers.bigcartel.com
Hard Enamel Pins created in conjunction with Doomsday Burgers, a collaborative comic book projection with Ian Higginbotham. Each 1.25" hard enamel pin has a black nickel finish and rubber clutch.
Available for sale: Doomsdayburgers.bigcartel.com
Incentive cover for TURNCOAT #1. A new series printed by BOOM! Studios, released in March 2016.
Black Dragon Press: Agatha Christie's Death on the Nile
Poirot is at it again! Sequel to Black Dragon Press's Murder on the Orient Express.
24" x 36" 7-colour hand-pulled screen print, 270gsm Mohawk Superfine Ultrawhite
Hand numbered. Edition of 110. Printed by White Duck Screenprint.
AD James Park
For Sale on blackdragonpress.co.uk
Black Dragon Press: Murder on the Orient Express
24" x 36" 5-colour hand-pulled screen print, 270gsm Mohawk Superfine Ultrawhite
Hand numbered. Printed by White Duck Screenprint
AD James Park
For Sale on blackdragonpress.co.uk
The draft riots in 1863 marked the end of Bill the Butcher’s reign in the Five Points and New York. It was his city and Gangs of New York is his film. Though it’s the eyes of Amsterdam that look out for revenge, it’s that glass eye that stares back. My goal was to emote posters and election fliers from the 1800’s and coat them with as much red white and blue as I could. Likeness rights tend to be a bit tricky but fortunately, after a few stages, I was able to get an approval to have Daniel Day Lewis as the center of the image. A few touch ups here and there and the illustration was finished. It only made sense to destroy it for the variant. The Dead Rabbits just wouldn’t stand for it.
Available for Sale at Upper Deck. 24x36, Standard is an edition of 250, Variant is an edition of 100.
Illustration for PLANADVISER for an article on choosing the right insurance for your business. AD SooJin Buzelli
Poster for Mondo of David Cronenberg’s THE FLY. Released as a surprise drop at MondoCon 2015.
New Illo for ESPN on gaming companies collecting data from players. All in order to effectively increase playtime and money spent on downloadable content and in-game purchases. You can read the full article here.
AD Eric Paul
Illustration for self-promotion for Memorial Day Weekend.
Poster Posse collaboration for SciFiNow Magazine Book Club: Harlan Ellison's Dangerous Visions
Available for sale at my INPRNT shop.
Illustration and packaging created for self-promotion. The idea started with poking fun at the discovered sunken city of Heracleion and evolved in to the family photo plenty of tourist traps are guilty of. Heracleion was and Egyptian city near the coasts of Alexandria that was lost underwater for over a thousand years due to earthquakes and floods during the 6th or 7th century A.D.
Ongoing series following a lost boy in the wild of the Northern Pacific.
Illustration for the Bells and Whistles section of PLANSPONSOR.
AD SooJin Buzelli
Illustration and layout for AiCIO for an article about UK asset managers aiming for American business.
AD SooJin Buzelli
Mad Hatter and Caterpillar to continue a series of Alice in Wonderland screen prints curated by Dark Hall Mansion.
Blurppy's Poster Posse Project #3 for Pacific Rim.
To see more of the amazing work, check out the 2 phases on Blurppy's blog: