Field and Stream's Shooting Manual- Scope diagram.
Foster Farms 2013 Consumer Survey on Animal Welfare infographic.
Mosaico PR infographic ad.
Outdoor Life's Emergency Manual- Prepared Home diagram.
Popular Science's The Big Book of Maker Skills- Generator diagram.
Popular Science's Big Book of Hacks- Potato gun diagram.
Weldon Owen's Listopedia- 17 Prehistoric Giants.
Popular Science's Big Book of Maker Skills- Wind turbine diagram.
Burt Destruction, the brainchild of myself and Michael Hurley, is a story about a kid who has the inexplicable ability to transform into a testosterone fueled 1980's–style action hero (complete with mullet, handlebar and eyepatch).
He lives in a secret lair that's a cross between a Chuck–E–Cheese and Indiana Jones' private office with his best friend Bigfoot, an overly mothering robot, and a depressed dodo bird. In this mobile game/cartoon series Burt does battle with his arch nemesis The Yeti, and his forces of EVIL. These include a pair of sadistic leprechauns, a giant german earthworm, a bloodthirsty chupacabra and a malfunctioning mastadon cyborg.
You know, that old cliche.
Character page for THE GOOD GUYS.
Character page for THE BAD GUYS.
We wrote a set of cutscenes between certain levels in the game. Making the cartoons was by far my favorite part. Someone pulled them all together online for easy non-gameplay viewing.
VIDEO GAME TRAILER
Here's the official trailer for the game.
Level One game map. It's a dark, dangerous amusement park run by two crooked leprechaun carnies.
The overall story arch is that the Yeti is upset that he's a freak compared to modern day humans. He develops a Rogaine Ray gun, which for copyright purposes we call the "Hair Ray" so that he can turn the world hairy just like him. I imagined that if this was a real thing Shepherd Fairey would be on the ground floor. He seems down for the cause.
SO many books. SO many illustrations. Now I technically know how to shoot skeet, build secret doors, gut frogs and all kinds of other crap that I will probably never do.
Field and Stream Total Outdoorsman 2- How to sharpen an axe.
Popular Science's Big Book of Hacks- How to set up a secret door.
Outdoor Life's Prepare for Anything Manual- How to throw a knife.
Field and Stream's Fly Fishing Manual- How to do a fly fishing thing...I forgot what this was about.
Field and Stream Total Outdoorsman 2- How to test out your camping gear in the store.
Popular Science's Big Book of Hacks- How to rig a smartphone projector.
Parenting Magazine's Show Dad How- How to do a daddy bucket list.
Shelter Co's Meriwether Tent- How to setup and enjoy.
Field and Stream The Total Gun Manual- How to shoot decoys.
Shelter Co. Merriwether Tent- How to break it down.
Shelter Co. Huckleberry Tent- How to set it up...if you're a bear.
Sponsor proposal for the mobile game, Lyricle.
Sponsor sheet for Lyricle.
EdSource review handout.
Billboard design for Calden Court Apartments.
Cajon Valley Union School District's Measure C mailer.
Stockton Unified School District's Measure E mailer.
Advertising kit for The Hash podcast.
John Swett's Schools "YES on M" mailer.
A Real Life Treasure Hunt
Promo video for the Bronze Card Treasure Hunt, for The Order of the Magi book release.
Sales sheet for BadVine.
Posters. Posters. Posters.
Partnered up with the fine folks at OddFort has been great. We've worked with some known brands like Sprig to help build new ideas, plus a few of our own. BADVINE- The now defunct wine brand had the idea to bring the drinking culture of tequila and college to the vineyard... The world, alas, was not ready for the extreme brands such as Trunk and Disorderly or Party Fowl. Maybe one day. WONDERBUND- Ever find yourself at a wedding, wishing that you could flip your lame black cummerbund over only to expose a WWF styled CHAMP belt?! I knew you did. You can get one now.
We worked with Sprig to design a few car topper's to help build brand awareness while their drivers delivered delicious foods. The garden box worked best.
BadVine Rolling Brownout label.
BadVine Best Friends label.
BadVine MURICAN' label. The feds made us change the US flag to a hamburger flag so it didn't seem like they support this kind of Rascal drinking and driving.
BadVine's Deer BAG label.
BadVine's "You have a drinking problem. We have a drinking solution" ad.
Wonderbund Black in Back ad.
Wonderbund print ad.
Wonderbund BE FANCY banner ad.
Wonderbund product shot complete with alternate bow tie.
This is just a big bucket where lots of illustration work seems to fall.
Fineman PR's 2013 PR blunder list. Adidas shoes with shackles on them? Superstorm Sandy Sales?