Fear Change‽

This is an illustration I created for the TUO*COU apparel line last year. I decided to drop the line after the first shirt and never did anything with it. Like Fight Progress, Fear Change is a satirical motto I feel reflects the ethos of the majority of Tuolumnites. I did the outlines in pen and …

What’s Your Destiny?

Here are some photographs of the finished CD packaging for David Shapireau & West of Next. It is a great album and I am glad I was a part of it. I designed the outside, inside and disc image with a strong western influence to match the name of the band, but don’t let the …

Artist Survey #8: Tim Musso

Tim was my instructor in Computer Graphics at CSULB. He is well versed in the letterform, printmaking and design. His work is saturated with nuances and details, personality and nature. Under his guidance I learned to experiment through method and to look for the art in everyday experience. If you ever get a chance to …

UTLTRN for a special day…

I am tired of riffling through the greeting card section at the local supermarkets to find just the right card for the occasion. You know, one that says I know you, but not enough to think of my own special greeting. This year I resolved to make my own greeting cards. It just makes more …

Artis Survey #7: Paris Raupach

(Domestic Spying) (Gay Marriage) (Capital Punishment) Name: Paris Raupach Location: San Francisco, CA Medium(s): Watercolor, Digital What do you consider yourself (artist/designer/other)? Artist/Illustrator/reluctant designer Where can we see your work (place/publications/url)? www.parisraupach.com When did you start gaining interest in artistic forms of expression? I’ve been drawing and creating art for as long as I can …

New Drafting Table!

Last week I got a kick ass drafting table from my friend Chris Deatsch. It came equipped with an over head lamp, a movable civil engineer protractor head with 10 alternate rulers, loads of drafting velum and grid paper, an eraser brush and some sweet vintage instructions and booklets from 1949. It was Chris’ grandfather’s …