Illustration for Portland Monthly about a Nike development that’s being constructed on the river shore in the city. This one is a few months old, but it was the first job I did after getting my Cintiq tablet so I thought I’d post it. I’m basically just using it for coloring, but it’s helped speed things up quite a bit.
The Folio Society edition of The Postman Always Rings Twice is out now. I got my copies last month and the binding came out beautifully. Check it out if you’re into pulp tales of crime and passion, or it’s one sentence description of sadomasochism that made it the “50 Shades of Grey” of the 1930s.
This was a book cover I worked on with designer David Pearson for the Pushkin Press. I didn’t have a chance to read the book and only had about 5 days to do the cover, but it turned out nice. There were two rounds of sketches, the first ranging from snowy mountains, crystal formations, and winding paths; to the final round being narrowed down to just a snowy trail. The design also stipulated no figures and one color, but those kind of design constraints are helpful on a job with a tight deadline.