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When not working with clients, I'm drawing on my iPad nonstop. Some of these doodles have developed into projects for print and distributed in stores nationwide. Explore some examples below.

 

The Old School Wrestling Activity Book

It's like one of those activity books you had as a kid, except way less boring. Featuring your favorite 80's wrestlers alongside such interactive content as word finds, connect the dots and fill in the blanks games. Perfect for wrestling nerds or pop culture junkies. 

Now available in 50 locations nationwide including some of the leading comic book shops in the States. The Old School Wrestling Activity Book also has received a sponsorship placement on Fight Network's YouTube channel and has been promoted on the social media accounts of such wrestlers as the Iron Sheik who are featured in the book. 


A Very Morrissey Valentine's Day

"You are human and you need to be loved." With Valentine's Day around the corner, never have these words been so true. This year let Morrissey help express all your feels with these very emo Valentine's cards. Download and print this 8.5" x 11" high rez version and go out and find the one you love. 


Movie Prop Cut-Outs

Back to the Future, Coming to America, Home Alone and Forrest Gump. What more needs to be said? Enjoy :)


A Kim & Kanye Christmas

Jesus was dope but Beyonce had one of the best birthdays of all time. Help ring in this holiday season with America's most recognized couple, Kimye. Share these cards with your friends, family and disgruntled exes. 


Prayer Cards

During a recent trip to an outdoor market I came across some pretty cool Italian holy cards. Traditionally these small, devotional pictures were an important part of communicating the visual folk culture of Catholicism. After starring at these for a while, the idea came to mind to recreate these cards to feature some non-traditional fallen heroes. Naturally my mind started drifting towards musicians we've lost in recent years. Hope you enjoy this new twist on a century's old art form.