I've got some work up at Board & Vellum, a great architecture firm on Capitol Hill. I was beyond happy when they asked me to to hang a show in their small gallery space. Half of it can be seen from the street on 15th ave, and the other half inside the office. If you'd like to purchase a framed piece, head over here.
A few projects came to physical fruition over the month. The first is for the 80-year-old camera shop/Seattle institution, Glazer's. They've been in the camera business a long time and have always had a simple, clean brand image. They asked me to design a couple things in my own style, that weren't necessarily aligned with their logo.
Next up, I designed the show poster for the fundraiser "Dancing On The Valentine", which is in its 13th year of raising money to fight leukemia and lymphoma. This year's show is a collaborative effort covering the songs of the Pixies and Breeders. This is the poster:
The last piece of work is a personal project I gave myself--a three-color 18" x 24" print with a bunch of different smiling animals, inspired by midcentury children's books. It's for sale right here.