Monday, December 14, 2009

philosophical Tales part 1

In 2006 I was commissioned to create illustrations for Philosophical Tales by Martin Cohen. the book was published by Blackwell Wiley in 2008.

The Book had 30 chapters each with a different illustration plus the covers for both the English and Spanish speaking markets. the American cover is a DIEraul production.

The project was a lot of work requiring tons of research and various drafts for each illustration.

A free illustration from this book to whoever guesses who is who?

Saturday, December 5, 2009


An old strip from 2005 which appeared in the Cambridge Day.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Posters for End of an Empire

Dan Hirsch is always putting together great events and these posters were a blast to produce. The shows were amazing. Princess Die flew solo with the Singer poster!!

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Heloise and Hoi Polloi

Heloise and the Savoir Faire and Hoi Polloi are always a treat to design posters for. Great performances and a wonderful group of people make these some of my favorite DIEraul posters we've produced.

Friday, October 16, 2009

El Chango Verde

I I I created these paintings on paper that was used by my friends Jess and Kate to wrap my birthday gift. I loved the paper so much that when it came time to create work for Chingasos I immediately composed these two pieces.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Does your life lack Zap! Pow! or Kazowie!!?

In 2007 the Miracle Five was invited to produce a show at the Essex arts center in the Beland Gallery in Lawrence, Ma. We created an installation called " Collect them All!" I produced paintings based on my favorite comic book advertisements. I wish I had pics of the rest of the room. If I find any I'll be sure to post them!!

Monday, September 28, 2009

In 2006 my artist collective was invited to produce a show for the Diesel Cafe in Davis Square. I produced paintings that resembled old advertisements turning the characters into mascots for The Miracle Five coffee brand. This was our third show but it was the first time that our personas became a central theme for an exhibition.
This was also the first time that I began to use color and paints. I kept it simple since mixing my own colors and painting in general was such a foreign concept to me. These paintings were very popular and I sold all of them giving me the confidence to continue trying my hand at it. One painting still hangs at the Diesel to this very day.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

A place for my various art projects.

A while ago I was asked by a skateboard company to produce a few images that they might use for their boards or T-shirts. I produced these images in 2007 and they were colored by Elaine Bay. I sent them in and never heard back from the company. Oh well.