The literal big one of the month is a 40-foot billboard banner on the side of the Oddfellows building on Capitol Hill. When Oddfellows decided to go into COVID hibernation for a couple months, they asked me to come up with a design to let people know it was only temporary. Luckily, I am a big fan of older advertising, which was often based around "large and eye-catching" which translates well to billboards, banners and murals of that size. In the late afternoon, I walked down the street to see it in person and took these photos.
Lake Street Dive has a new album coming out on Nonesuch and asked me to design a poster to accompany the pre-orders of Obviously. The design was meant to show a couple bustling Brooklyn buildings while giving nods to new song titles and lyrics.
The holidays wiped out most of the Porchlight merch and I wanted to bring on a couple new designs. Because I've been drawing cats for the last 30-ish years, I figured I would draw some more. These new shirts are aptly titled the "Harmonicat" shirts (for very obvious reasons). They're available at Porchlight Design Co. and in-store at Porchlight Coffee.
After a few requests for photo prints over the holidays, I decided to start stocking some at Porchlight Design Co. They're standard sized 11" x 14" so they can be easily and affordably framed.
Lastly, a few of my favorite photos of January...