Depot logo

Technically I think it’s a wordmark. Something we collectively batted around so cards could be made. (hat tip to DJ & Tom)

ID10T podcast cover

On the last day of January, the new brand of Chris Hardwick was about to re-launch. We’d locked down the logo, but the podcast was set to debut and we needed a cover. Hardwick suggested an airplane safety card and I ran with it. What you see here is the initial drawing and final art. […]

Screens, everywhere

One of my very first jobs? Going around Kroger* with a clipboard asking the manager of each section for their sales of the week and which needed a small, medium or big sign. Then it was back to the breakroom with a handful of markers and go to town, using the preferred lettering style in […]

Boy Scout Handbook

Had this Boy Scout Handbook on my shelf for years. It became my 404 page at one point.

We Have Become Vikings

We Have Become Vikings has a new home and it opened to the public this day. Combining the forces of Jason Snell and Brandon Hickle, their new digs in Over the Rhine comes complete with screen-printing, a storefront and space for making and thinking. Pretty kick ass. Also? Patches.

A virtual Garage Sale

April 1st was my last day at the studio proper—at least for a while. Tom and I had lots of goals before I shifted gears. One was to get old stock up online in mystery bundles and a Garage Sale of sorts. So we spent the week photographing classic shirts and plugged ’em into the […]

Reflecting on the future

I had grand ideas to write a big entry about what is about to happen, but there was SO MUCH TO SAY that I didn’t know where to begin. But it’s happening and I want to pour out as much as I can. The Haile Fellowship So I applied for a Fellowship through People’s Liberty in […]

Mastercharge

MasterCard has evolved their logo over the years, but for my money? This Master Charge card was the epitome. I couldn’t find a good photo online so I bought an old one on eBay to document. For giggles I added my name. I wasn’t old enough for credit in the late seventies, but somehow I […]

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