November 17, 2014
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These are few from about a dozen tiny gouache pieces I made for the Post-It 10 show at Giant Robot 2 in Los Angeles opening December 6, 2014.

I imagined these as parallel universe breakfast cereal icons from the 70s.

In order of appearance: Karma Kitty, Booby Bunny, Kooky Cockatoo, Chumpy Chimp, Dippy Doggy.

November 7, 2014
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These travel stickers were originally commissioned by the Wall Street Journal a few years ago. I'm afraid I can't remember the story, but I remember having a lot of fun doing them.


I'm thinking about making some t-shirts with them. I think I'm focusing on Mexico, Brazil, Pennsylvania, Namibia, India, Rhode Island and China Airlines.


Send me an email if there's any you like!


October 30, 2014


This is a recent commission for a feature examining the fact that more and more American companies are relocating their headquarters overseas to avoid paying U.S. taxes, an act known as a "Tax Inversion".  President Obama has decried this practice as lacking "economic patriotism," and has said "I don't care if it's legal - it's wrong."

Client: Harvard Law Bulletin
Art Director: the amazing Ronn Campisi

October 26, 2014

Illustration for an article about activating the power of "Us Vs. Them" energy as a powerful leadership tool.

Client: Harvard Business Review

Art Director: James de Vries

Designer: Annie Chin

October 6, 2014


This is a recent commission from Lisa Sergi at Brown Alumni Magazine.  Lisa is always a joy to work with, and she did a really beautiful, thoughtful layout.  The feature is about where to fit in culturally with the identity of being racially mixed.

September 29, 2014
This was created earlier in the year at the start of the baseball season for Smith Alumnae Quarterly; Ronn Campisi art directed it.  I always love working for Ronn, he's simply the bees knees.  Statistically, it's a minor miracle that the San Francisco Giants have been able to make it to the postseason.  Go Giants!


August 28, 2014


This image was commissioned by The Guardian/Observer as a poster and advertising identity for their new "Ideas" conference, showcasing cutting edge thinking on all fronts of human culture.