I decided to create a new version of my motivation print by using 18”x24” cardboard paper, letter stencils and black sharpie. It’s a little cleaner than the previous one and easier to reproduce. I think I like the simplicity of this version better. Thoughts?
Has anyone else noticed the abundance of recreational vehicles parked at the bottom of Potrero Hill? I have and decided it was finally time to document them. After only ten minutes of meandering the area, I had snapped a dozen photos of motor homes. I think I might buy an RV and join this booming housing development.
I recently created a few images for a friend’s Kickstarter project, which was a zombie movie entitled I Am Alone. Unfortunately, the project was unsuccessful (I blame it on the ambitious goal amount) but they’re going to give it another try in a few months. More design pieces to come then. For now, check these out.
Main image on the Kickstarter project page
Full poster for the potential movie
“Thank You” postcard that was posted on donator’s Facebook walls
I made a motivational poster to hang above my computer. It speaks of two obvious keys to success: Lifting weights and making things. Hence the phrase, get huge and push content. It’s kind of like “sound body, sound mind”, right?
I bought a blank Kid Robot figurine and took a shot at creating a three-dimensional Clickity Clack character. I finished the head last night and, to be completely honest, it looks a little creepy. Below are a few process shots.
I adopted a large format printer at work and decided it was finally time to mass produce the “cat falling” print. What do you think of blue ink on white paper? Special thanks to my co-worker for holding it steady and making a terrifying face.
I’ve lived in San Francisco for 500 days now. It has been a wild ride, to say the least. I’ve accomplished a ton, but there is still so much to do. Here is my chalkboard, which keeps me in line. Everything crossed out is done and the rest is pending. Overwhelming? Yes. Possible? Definitely.
A friend tipped me off on the Birds With Arms Tumblr this afternoon. Words can’t describe my feelings toward this magical blog. I was so impressed that I immediately started working on my own contribution. See below. Let’s hope they post it!
I’ve been geocaching for nearly ten years under the pseudonym Duck Muscle, yet I’ve never left any sort of branded item in the boxes I’ve found. Many seasoned geocachers leave wooden nickels or business cards with their handles, slogans, home location, etc. I thought it would be fun to borrow this idea and design a fancy limited edition coin as my official leave-behind. Below is my initial design. What do you think?
My Etsy store, Crab Legs USA, sells shrunken potato chip bag earrings and, for some odd reason, people keep buying them. Fortunately/unfortunately, I’m running low on inventory, so it’s time to make more. Here is a picture of my kitchen counter from last weekend. If sales pick up, it’s only going to get messier.