Friday, October 22, 2010

Band of Horses poster - Atlanta

A limited edition of signed & numbered prints on gorgeous cream stock will be available soon!

Band of Horses poster - Charleston

A limited edition of signed & numbered prints on gorgeous cream stock will be available soon!

Band of Horses poster - Asheville

A limited edition of signed & numbered prints on gorgeous cream stock will be available soon!

Friday, May 7, 2010

48hour Magazine

Here's a piece I'm working on for 48 Hour Magazine. The theme, announced at noon today, is 'hustle'. We'll see how much more time I have to work on it - and what it looks like when it's finished.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Public Option Please

Here's an 18 x 24 poster I submitted to the Public Option Please competition that is currently being featured in the California Design Biennial at the Pasadena Museum of California Art. It can be yours for $30 (plus tax + shipping)!!

Monday, August 24, 2009

Thursday, August 20, 2009

New 826LA Time Travel Mart posters!

Finally some new stuff again! Since I left journalism (Los Angeles Times) for product design (Knock Knock), I've found I have less material I can post as it's finished BUT here (at last) are the new posters for 826LA. I'm very, very grateful for the opportunity to work with 826; they're smart, creative, and have a great mission. Everybody wins. I made these with help from Mac Barnett and Jon Korn, two very talented copywriters who were the brains behind the Time Travel Mart in Echo Park. The typefaces Turnpike and Featured Item were designed by Stu Sandler at Font Diner.
The script face, Vitrina, is from Cubanica.

You can buy these posters and a lot of other great stuff at

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Monday, December 1, 2008

New York Times

I made this illustration for the New York Times last week. Here's the story. Exciting!

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

826:Tiny Vaudeville

Here's a preview of the poster for Tiny Vaudeville, a new-for-2009 monthly event to be put on by 826LA. When i was researching Vaudeville I learned that the word means 'voice of the city' and has also been described as 'literary burlesque', which makes it a great match for a booksy setup like 826. The plan is to do three or four versions with different iconography (film projectors, books, typewriters, microphones, etc) and also more of the legs that I drew. Those silver strappy mary jane heels from J.Crew finally paid off! Oh - this information is not real - the names are for type tests only.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

vote for GOOD

I just sent this off to GOOD magazine's awesome Project 001 bumper sticker challenge. Check it out here.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Manifest Hope at the DNC

Denver was amazing. AMAZING. I saw my posters all over the city--I'm told that 3000 were distributed at the Women's Caucus! You can see more photos from the trip here.

Friday, August 22, 2008


These came back from the printer Tuesday - the stock is beautiful! They were printed at Heinz Weber in Santa Monica, and everyone there was really nice and helpful, and no one made fun of me for being so nervous about signing them. Everyone involved in this process has been fantastic!

Friday, August 8, 2008

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Friday, May 30, 2008

Los Angeles Times: illustration

May 27 2008

I just did this spot for the Highway 1 section of the LA Times. In the column, the writer describes the experience of driving her parents' old Buick around Los Angeles. Her posh, hybrid-y friends mock her for cruising around in a passe giant, but in the old car, she finds she's surrounded by love and nostalgia.

Friday, November 30, 2007

we're soaking in it

I made this yesterday morning for my friend Alonso. Every year he makes an audio fruitcake for all of his friends. This year's title is "You're Soaking In It." I can't wait to hear it!

Going Away

One of my favorite people threw me a fantastic going-away party my last weekend in Detroit. Thanks, Mauricio!