Being a UFC fan living in Montreal, I am a die-hard GSP fan. One fight in particular led to this poster and it was against Josh Koscheck. Koscheck did his best to hype the fight, trashing both GSP and Montreal. This left an image in my head of Koscheck walking in downtown Montreal towards the Bell Centre and as he got closer, a sea of GSP posters everywhere. Like something out of Inglorious bastards: you are not welcome.
I released a small collection of three colour prints by hand on indigo indonesian rice paper.
I referenced a lot of early-mid century propaganda posters and the work of Shepard Fairey in creating this piece.
A series of portrait illustrations for the LightSpeed executive team. The goal was to make these the executive head shots on the company's about page. But since the team is constantly growing, it would have been pretty taxing on my time if we moved forward with it.
This poster started with drawing a minimalized bird. On a walk, I came across a Cardinal sitting atop a tree, stretching its wings with the sun flaring behind it. The moment felt dramatic and I wanted to draw something to remember it.
It started as just a minimal shape over coffee, into a poster design. I started iterating some different ways to bring the bird to life. Mixing harsh blacks with wispy ballpoint pen lines; its a style I've only used for this piece. Probably worth revisiting for a short series.
I have a passion for cubism. It started with a school project mixing cubism and poster design. It clicked immediately and caught me off guard. It had been a few years since I'd used this style so I decided to try it out with the Adidas logo.
Nation Ruckus is an independent hip-hop group with an impressive following in Montreal. I paired up with these guys to design their debut album: Boombox Manifesto. While working on this project,
Fender® has been a dream client of mine for a very long time. Rather than wait for my chance to work with them, I thought I'd do some warm-ups in the meantime.