and jackie chan kung-fu marathons
The act of solving problems is the core of design. Wattle & Daub uses three core phases to research, explore, and solve visual opportunities. Using thoughtful reasoning, information, and experience to visually communicate brand and story.
This step involves the gathering of sturdy insights which can be woven together to form a sound creative statement or brief.
A strong, interlaced structure or “Wattle” is the second step in the project lifecycle. The framework should be flexible and sturdy.
Next we daub on the magic. Using years of experience and aesthetic know-how, we partner to create something on target and in scope.
The term "Wattle & Daub" refers to an old architecture practice which involves spreading daub over closely weaved branches and other materials. This sustainable building method is still in use today in many parts of the world.
We've always got freshly dried goods available in the store for you to purchase and take home.
My tattoo inspired illustration is now permanently available on Cottonburea for digital printing. Even on their Blank t-shirt line!
Available on the site in multiple sizes. "CINE" is perfect for theater rooms and film loving friends.
To all you music lovers, this shirt is for you! Soon we will celebrate national local music day (or something) and you might want to have something nice to wear...to your local record store and buy music like your life depended on it.
Digital Prints on high quality archival paper of my "Night Smoke" poster illustration available for purchase in various sizes
My Dad used to tell me, “there are a lot of designers out there—but there are only a handful of good ones.” Its been my life goal to be considered "one of the good ones." My core focus's as a designer consist of Web/UX, Illustration, and branding. My skillset is best utilized as the three are combined together.
I keep myself pretty active over social media so follow me on any one of these platforms. I’d be happy to keep in touch and even respond, rebound, retweet, reblog, or reply to questions.
If you'd like to partner on an upcoming project feel free to Contact me and we can talk about the project.