Portraits for Forbes Japan, Marketing Week, PM Network and more

Headmaster of Lawrenceville School

Headmaster of Lawrenceville Schoo

 

Portrait for PM Network

Portrait for PM Network

Portraits for Marketing Week, UK

Portraits for Marketing Week, UK

Portraits for German magazine Anders Handeln

Portraits for German magazine Anders Handeln

Forbes Japan

Forbes Japan

Forbes Japan

Forbes Japan

Map of Houston’s Museum District – Houstonia Magazine

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I worked on this fun 3-panel foldout map for Houstonia Magazine for a special insert about Houston’s Museum District.

I really wanted to work in a long scene at the bottom and thankfully, due to the shape of the map area itself, this worked out well with the long format I had to work with. We were able to fit in all the map info we needed and had lots of room left for walking dinosaur skeletons, tigers, a flying fish, and a picnic.

Below are a few detail shots of some of the map, including a few museums and other landmarks directly below.

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Seattle Visitor Guide Map

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I illustrated a maps for the winter/spring Seattle Visitor’s Guide which is published by the Seattle Visitor Bureau and SagaCity Media (publisher of SeattleMet magazine). I was given a list of landmarks and neighborhoods to illustrate andenjoyed learning about Seattle. They have a giant troll sculpture under a bridge! Pretty cool.

This map was reproduced for an international market with the only change being the addition of Japanese baseball player Hisashi Iwakuma of the Seattle Mariners, in place of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.

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Hisashi Iwakuma

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Russell Wilson

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Jimi Hendrix statue in Capitol Hill

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Off-Roading in the USA Map – Playboy Magazine

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This fun assignment came late last year from Playboy. I was asked to illustrate a map some of the top off-roading locations in the USA (and one in Mexico) and to incorporate some of the landmarks/landscape from those areas. The Jeep Moab, flying over the desert terrain of Mexico, is the suggested vehicle for such an expedition.

Here are a few detail shots:

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Ouray, Colorado

Arch Rock in Moab, Utah

Arch Rock in Moab, Utah

The Jeep Moab

The Jeep Moab

Tearsheet from the magazine

Tearsheet from the magazine

This issue should be on shelves now if you’re looking for an excuse to pick it up.