Wednesday, January 28, 2009


this is a tshirt design for a guy named lee and is directed toward his missions work in Afghanistan.  he is working with the largely over-populated people of Kabul.  many are being displaced and given very little to live on, while loosing the security of the big city from the Taliban.  this shirt was to meant to represent separation of two worlds.  one bearing fruit from its privilege, and the other being cut off from that.  living in a desolate land with tents, dirty water, and no infrastructure.  i was very happy to work alongside lee to create a shirt which can hopefully help build funds to start a business centered around serving the afghan community.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009


here is a quick design i did for my friend marla kicklighter.  she is a talented knitter and is beginning to take it more seriousely.  marla loves origami cranes, and wouldnt have it anyother way but to have one represent the identity of her new business.  i was happy to indulge, and we ended up with an appropriate and suiting logo.
she also knitted me an incredible face mask for biking. 

Monday, January 26, 2009

you dig?

i have been digging a 30 inch trench for 40 some odd feet in my front yard.  with the help of 3 manly friends we spent all day saturday and sunday working digging, jackhammering, digging, and digging.  it is the most intense work i have ever done.  now we wait patiently for the water company to arrive and do their end of the work.  it could take a while.

hopefully i can attach some pictures of the damage in a couple of days.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

art for church

here is a design i did on a sermon on genesis 11-25.  this piece is specifically about Gods promise to make abraham's offspring as many as the stars in the sky.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

two friends, one wedding, triptych invitation.
my gift to raging love.

here is a sample of my work with a local productions company.  the company is a partnership between George parker jr and Brennan clark and the name of the production company (Small Batch Productions) references one of Kentucky's many past times.   The identity of SBP needed to have a parallel with bourbon packaging w/out being too overt, and also have the worn warm colors of an old propaganda poster.  we both ended up being very happy with the outcome and both intend to work more together in the future.