In fear of an impending attack by sea? …There’s a place for that.
built in the later half of the 16th century to protect the mouth of the Chagres river. Fort San Lorenzo still stands as one of the coolest places to visit in Panama. The fort comes complete with cannons and strategic oceanfront views, lots of walls and nooks provide great spaces for hide and seek and if you go in the off season, you get the place all to yourself.
just finished the single art for Jason Marion’s new song “Tapping” wanted to go with a warmer and wispy kinda look that didn’t diverge too much from the accompanying lyric video. not sure if I accomplished that but either way I did find an eye catching design.
The Story and Clark piano
Been working on this one off and on for the last few weeks, with my friend down at Ragtime Automated Music. it’s always fun to bring new life into things. this Story and Clark piano is decades old and was in need of repair and refinish.
The Gateway to the Amazon
The Amazon is huge and there are many stops along the rivers edge for people to take in the views and local wildlife. I typically avoid the touristy stuff but this was actually pretty interesting. lots of animals, birds, monkeys, fish, etc. and of course some beautiful views of the Amazon. I spent two days exploring the place and each place I visited was different. 2 stops were all about the animals, especially the monkeys, which were a lot of fun. also got to see some giant fish, Paiche, they call them.
Just finished the cover and promo art for Appleday. the forthcoming single from musical masterminds Jason Marion and Bradley Clark. although this is a departure from the artwork I did for Prodigal, the apple as the central theme in the image is about as direct as you can get in graphic design, and about as deep as the story behind the name itself, but that’s another story altogether. The aim was something light and colorful and I think we’ve achieved just that. you can already see the art in action and also check out Jason and Brad on iTunes and at CRW.
I had a lot of fun working on this piece and working with the guys to find something that fits the song. something lighthearted and brightly colored.. that being said, just like all graphic design work, it went through many iterations before the finding the right look. at the upper left is the official cover art. To the right, an early concept showcasing some text formatting and placement ideas. and below you’ll find some promotional Facebook cover art for the official Facebook page, you can see it in action here. as well as the official Jason Marion website.
putting in the final touches before this goes to print. your looking at the art for the new single Prodigal from Jason Marion. the new music represents new beginnings, a new direction and purpose. and the artwork means to do the same.
I went with a grungy wall texture for the background and added in some overlays for color and effect, the original idea was to make the cross and text look as if its stamped on a wall, however the end result ended up being something a little more pronounced. sometimes the art decides where it wants to go.
The Mad scientist aka Jason Marion strikes again, this time he’s hitting the streets of San Francisco with some mean beats and some eye catching art.
Okay so all fluff aside, what you see here is some promotional art for Jason Marion. he’s promoting his new album, Walk of Shame. which was an entirely different but related endeavor.
these are large format prints, or at least are intended to be. to the left is poster art and below is a 1×4 banner. had some fun looking up QR codes (not as tricky as it sounds) the idea being that passers by can easily scan the code and check out the website.
when a regular lion just isn’t enough
it’s time to go green. well, at least if that’s your company logo. working with a friend on this one. hashed it out in regular raster art, next step is to make a vector version for signs and print media.