More photos from Monday’s Full Moon Jam are filtering in— huge thanks to the photographers who attend the Jams and share their skills with us! The shots above are by Milosh Kosanovich and by Ricardo Cervantes.
You know you’ve arrived as a designer/illustrator when your work is ripped off wholesale by a theatre company in India. This company yanked my illustration and title treatment from a 2012 production of Schweyk in the Second World War, then slapped their info on top of it. Nicely done, dudes.
I did reach out to the company responsible, and, to his credit, the director responded immediately in a very apologetic and sincere manner. We’re working it out.
I’m still shocked— while my ideas and projects have been heavily “riffed” on, bordering on outright theft, this is the first time I’ve actually come across one of my projects floating around in the wilds of the Internet, uncredited. Crazy.
Today at work I made an adorable moon.
Yesterday after work I spun fire under the full moon.
This has been a many-faceted project with tons of applications and I’ll share more of them later, but we just got some images of the CTA stuff in-situation and I’m stoked enough to post ‘em.
Chicago Fringe Festival 2014— the brief was to do more to show “what Fringe is”, which is a really tall order so I made a big, weird kaleidoscopic mandala using photos from past Fringe productions. CTA 2-sheet at top; train takeover (!!) including ceiling poster, wall poster, and car cards.
I designed every web and print piece for the Festival except for the interior of the program and two of the on-site pieces of signage, and am pretty pleased with the final result. Stoked to share the rest of them as they come in.
Silly photo-manipulation (of the top image) and title treatment for Abraham Werewolf's upcoming Fight Night scene.