Mock comic book cover depicting the adventures of a newlywed couple, for a wedding gift.
Logo design for a documentary film on Chicago’s food-truck Industry.
Yo, my peeps! Some new artwork to share witch-‘y-all! ‘Tis a logo-of-sorts, slow-roasted over the last couple weeks for some buds of mine—John Robb & Daniel Farone—hailing from my prior, temporary stomping grounds of Chicago. What you’ve got here is Continue reading New Art: House Romana
Yo, my peeps! Some new artwork to share witch-y-all! ‘Tis a logo-of-sorts, slow-roasted over the last couple weeks for some buds of mine—John Robb & Daniel Farone—hailing from my prior, temporary stomping grounds of Chicago. Full review of this project Continue reading New Art: Baba Yaga House ~ Logo
I recently finished this design for a regular client (and prior sponsor), pain therapist Dr. John Jerome. One of John’s specialties is treating patients experiencing chronic pain by guiding them through methods of alleviating that pain…eventually allowing them to manage Continue reading Pathways Through Pain – Book Cover Design
Hey, gang! Last week I posted a series of images I produced for the musical, stage show of Annie, and I have one more graphic from that project to share–a variant of the Statue of Liberty: This was an experimental, Continue reading Alternate Version of The Statue Of Liberty, for Annie: The Musical
New artwork to share at Archetypal Images!
Nine illustrations, created for the stage performance of Annie, The Musical, in Farmington Hills, MI ~ December, 2013
A few posts back I showcased some recent illustrations I did for a client’s website—Half-Full Music Supervision—and as promised, here’s the client’s website, for those interested in checking it out: Half Full Music Soup | Jay Costa. To see the Continue reading Half Full Music Soup | Jay Costa
Digging further into the vaults, here’s a flyer I produced last year for a New Years event at the EXIT—a very wild Chicago bar. Technically I made the flyer for John Jones Productions—John Jones being a buddy of mine out Continue reading New Client Art: New Years Eve flyer for the EXIT
This is another piece of work I did for Black Cat Crossing shortly after I moved to Chicago last fall—hard to believe it’s been almost a year since I did this! It’s actually an odd piece—it’s a poster that was Continue reading New Client Art: Black Cat Crossing Debut Poster