Mock-up pages of a video game-themed art book titled “The Art of Tetris.” (1 of 3)
Mock-up pages of a video game-themed art book titled “The Art of Tetris.” (2 of 3)
Mock-up pages of a video game-themed art book titled “The Art of Tetris.” (3 of 3)
Conceptual event banners for a recurring comedy show.
A poster for a comedy show I made for two friends who share the same last name, look vaguely related, yet share no familial ties.
A comedy show poster made to resemble that iconic New Yorker cover.
A pixel art poster for my comedy album taping (the sound ended up being pretty unusable).
This is a poster I made, used for a movie-themed trivia night where teams were supposed to discern real Hallmark Channel original movies from fake ones.
This is another one I made for the Hallmark Channel trivia round. Each team thought this one was real.
A mockup of a beauty salon no bank in their right mind would give me a loan for.
Thought of this one day when I was sick. I got better.
This is an imaginary handheld game from the ‘90s that I wish I could have played.
This was made to prove to people that I was one of Westworld’s robots.
Sorry about this one.
Sorry about this one, too.
I can’t apologize enough for this one.
The pixel art-style banner for my old website. I thought it looked cool.
A poster for a comedy show, done up to look like Giant-Size X-Men #1.
An old poster for a comedy show from way back in 2012. I’m only including it ‘cause I think I really nailed the faces.