For Dallas agency Rucker & Co., two of several banners created for the Luke’s Locker website. We love working with great photo assets, and great folks like Doug Rucker. And Company.
Cobbled together from three separate photos. Mr. Sutherland’s review of the result: “Exquisite.”
A few of many album covers created for the sequel to “Get Shorty.” We named each of these bands and albums – and created each of the illustrations from scratch in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
T-shirt design for in-house apparel brand Curbwear™.
Old photos of the Ray Peyton Jr. #56 car from the movie. Given photos of the car shot on grass in a front yard (upper left), we were lucky to find some stock images that matched the angles and general lighting. Combined them, repainted the car and added the number and rear fender text.