A fanart ad done in the 60's/Tom McNeely style with John Wick as brand ambassador for Blanton's Bourbon.
Creating a Sleepy Hollow piece around Halloween is starting to be a tradition. This one is inspired by the Hammer films of the 60's and 70's.
This piece was painted for a John Carpenter tribute art show. I was inspired by the western movie posters of the 70's and 80's.
The TV show Lucifer is a lot of fun. I had the idea one day to do an 80's style piece around Tom Ellis' portrayal in the style of Nagel.
I always try and do something for Elvis' birthday. This time, I created the 'Aloha from Hawaii' illustration and concert poster to go along with it.
I love to read when I have the time. And I prefer an actual paper book. There's just something about the sound and feel of turning the pages. I've read all of the Robert Langdon books by Dan Brown. When I finished Inferno, I had this idea for a personal project poster.
The style of illustration used on Tom Hanks is a bit new for me, trying different things. I did a sketch and rough blocking in Photoshop and finished it in Illustrator with a specially created 'inking' brush. I also wanted to continue refining my hand lettering skills with the nine rings of hell. The shadow of the 'plague doctor' figures heavily in the book as well as the city of Florence, represented by the skyline at the top of the poster.
Tim Burton's Sleepy Hollow is probably one of my all-time favorite films. I watch it every year around Halloween. This piece was inspired by the folk art of Charles Wysocki.
This comic cover-sized piece was inspired by the Constantine TV episode "The Devil's Vinyl".
I did this Art Deco-inspired piece for a contest over at PosterSpy. I created it all from scratch in Illustrator, even the text.
The Neon Demon, for a contest on PosterSpy.
I adore the original Star Trek series and the design/colors are just icing on the cake. This was for the 50th anniversary in 2016.
Just a little 'ships'  illustration to celebrate the Force Awakens.
Michael Graves' designs have always been an inspiration to me. I wanted to honor him by creating a post-modern-inspired portrait.
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