Some of the process work created toward my 2007-08 capsule line for DKNY-Jeans, called "2089". We did two seasons of men's clothes, something in the range of one hundred items for international markets, including waxed canvas jackets, sneakers, jeans, t shirts, and hoodies. We had separate 2089 men's lines for Asia, Europe, and North America. I also did a hang tag for stores and a number of window displays for DKNY for their major outlets in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Shanghai.
CLIENT: Lucas Books
PURCHASE: Star Wars Art: Comics
Cover art and ramp-up sketches for the British Film Institute's 20th anniversary re-issue of Scott Bukatman's excellent book of critical essays regarding this modern masterpiece of cinema. Designed by Jim Pascoe--in addition, here are a couple of alternate cover designs which went unused.
My historical strip, 1969, about the 2nd moon landing. This story first appeared in DHP #9, and subsequently, Best American Comics 2013.
Scenes from multiple Eisner award-winning Batman Year 100. Cover design by RINZEN. Colors by Jose Villarrubia.
A number of the various projects I've done for NYC-based maximum R'n'R three-piece, The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. I've done screenprints, t shirts, and offset posters for various tours.
Explorations in Frank Herbert's DUNE universe.
Selections from various projects for Marvel Comics.
"The comic not yet drawn can hold the forms of the greatest ideas an artist can have."
Lobby poster for the 2013 debut of Ben Nabors' documentary film (TriBeCa Films/Group Theory), William & The Windmill. Type design by Jim Pascoe.
A series of personal works, drawings and prints, focusing on obliquely erotic subject matter.
For GQ magazine, the heroes of the Superbowl.
n 2011, I did a series of portraits of Elvis for the Presley Estate, commissioned by Liquid Comics for the book Graphic Elvis.
Originally commissioned by French magazine Pilote for their special issue dedicated to the history of cinema-- Action! asks, what if Fellini wanted to revive the careers of Tom & Jerry for Cinecetta in the 1970s?
This strip also appears in English in the AdHouse special THB:CFM #2
Easter Egg: The third-to-last panel on the last page with the "Crash Boom Zip!" cartoon explosions is a subtle reference to the store logo to the Dutch bookstore, Lambiek, found in Amsterdam, Europe's oldest comic book/bande dessine shop.
The "Pont De Oncle George" on the clapperboard in the final panel is an inside joke I have with my French editor-- George Dargaud is the founder of the publishing house, Dargaud, which owns and releases the magazine Pilote. I put a reference to an "Uncle George" in all of my Dargaud strips.
Eisner nominated graphic novel, published in 2001 DC/Vertigo
In 2006, I designed a Batman maquette for the line of Batman Black And White limited edition figurines, from DC COmics. This was sculpted by Claude St. Germaine.
An experiment--reinterpreting Jack Kirby's mind-bending origin issue of OMAC as a reduced fever dream. Colors by Dave Stewart. From the award-winning DC Comics series SOLO.
Various selections from my DC Comics book SOLO, including the original "red mosaic" cover design.
Portraits of Native Americans.
Artwork for WIRED magazine's March 2013 issue.
Alternate cover design for The Invincible Haggard West (the one-shot comic book prequel to Battling Boy) out JULY 2013.
Frontispiece for the Frantagraphics' 2nd volume of Wash Tubbs & Captain Easy, by Roy Crane.
Covers for the early '00s run of Catwoman, DC Comics.
Still life with kid drawings.