The band I play with, Choices Made, got asked to play The Bouncing Souls After Party at Bovine Sex Club in Toronto on the 10th of August alongside Rules and The Bare Minimum. So I got to whip up a poster for the event. Had a lot of fun with this one and really enjoying getting back in to doing concert posters again.
I’ve been a huge fan of the Cancer Bats for a damn long time. After moving to Canada I was fortunate enough to become friends with Liam, the vocalist, and it’s been a crazy ride when I do get the chance to hang out with him.
So I was very stoked when he asked me to do a new Cancer Bats tee for their 2019 tour. Do yourself a favour and check them out HERE.
Had the honour to do another book cover for 1984 Publishing.
Blood On Black Wax focuses on horror soundtracks and records. Really happy with how my original version came out.
Having a lot of fun illustrating these motorcycle posters and especially when I have a connection with the owner of the bike. I’ve been wanting to do an illustration of Poppy for a while now. Having ridden with Emma a few times last summer and becoming good friends with her it just felt right to get something down and I had to include her best friend Violet.
24×18″ Matt prints and 10×8″ mounted prints are available from me via email.
Something a little closer to home…the band I play in has finally released a couple of songs and I did the illustration for the cover of the digital release.
Check out the artwork and promo video below and take a listen and download the three tracks at https://choicesmade.bandcamp.com.
I was once again fortunate enough to work on the 2018 Freedom Machine Show t-shirt design and was pleased to come up with the following illustration.
Just finished this fun illustration for the house brand Rolling Chaos. Something a little different compared to the skulls and what-not that usually goes with Rolling Chaos.
Nothing like a flamingo with pizza, beer and two wheels to keep the summer alive!
Get your very own Summer Livin’ tee HERE!
Fast Times Magazine recently did an interview with me (Read about it on the blog HERE) and they asked if I could create an exclusive piece of art for the feature.
So I decided to illustrate a friend’s bike that has taken a while to complete but I finally got to see it at 90% done at the beginning of the year, and it was just too good of a looking bike not to try and put down digitally…and this is the outcome.
Poster print available for sale HERE.
I had the pleasure of coming up with a logo/tee illustration for this year’s Freedom Machine Show Rat Bastard Build-Off. An event that gets people building custom motorcycles under a certain budget and then showcasing the bike at the Freedom Machine Show in July for the winning title.
I’m not convinced, if Lemmy was still alive today, that he would have cared much for loading an app and spending time making a cartoon character of himself. But then again, he did have a great sense of humour. So I thought I’d illustrate a few Bitmoji-styled illustrations to see what the frontman for the greatest rock-n-roll band in the world would look like in the world of Bitmoji.
Please note: Bitmoji and their respective companies have nothing to do with this. This was just a fun self-exploratory illustration where I get to bring one of my favourite musicians to digital-life.
Long live Motorhead!
Hustle Machine, once again, came back to me asking for another t-shirt illustration for their next line.
They were looking for a play (an ode to Iron Maiden) on “Be Quick Or Be Dead”, which perfectly aligns with their motorcycle/Dyna culture.
I was more than happy to get down to it and thoroughly enjoyed illustrating this.
You can purchase your very own tee or hoodie HERE.
Brand new illustration design for our house brand Rolling Chaos.
Canadian winters can be a bitch when you’re a fan of the two-wheeled motorcycle, so sometimes all one can do is ride out the storm until summer comes along.
Get your very own tee at www.rollingchaos.com.
Metal Hammer Magazine once again asked me to do this year’s t-shirt design for their Paradise Metal Festival. This year had some awesome bands such as Testament, Kreator, Death Angel, Powerwolf and many more. As usual, they wanted a viking/metal vibe and I had a great time illustrating this one out.
Check out my illustration I did for them last year HERE.
Another illustration and short video promotion for our house brand Rolling Chaos, which was added to t-shirts and hoodies!
Paradise Festival is one of the top metal festivals in Germany put on by Metal Hammer Magazine,
and they asked us to illustrate the t-shirt for the 2016 Fest.
They wanted a zombie/dead viking theme and this is what we delivered.
Ontario-based motorcycle clothing brand Hustle Machine asked us to put two designs together for their 2017 summer collection with one focusing on flat track racing and the other on the wide open road…
For a third year, the guys at Freedom Machine have asked us to design the poster and merchandise for their annual vintage and custom motorcycle show in Ontario, Canada.
Client: Freedom Machine
Illustration, packaging and character design for tattoo after care.
T-shirt illustration for large entertainemnt touring company.
Client: 8th Day Sound.
Illustration and logo design for 72 Customs.
Client: 72 Customs.
Illustration and poster design for the Toronto-based “Work In Progress” chopper and motorcycle show.
Client: Fast Times Magazine / Harley Davidson’s
T-shirt illustration for a custom leather manufacturer and skateboard lover.
Client: Edison MFG.
Illustration for t-shirt, stickers and banners for Canadian horror magazine.
Client: Rue Morgue Magazine.
T-shirt illustration for German heavy metal festival “Paradise”.
Client: Metal Hammer.
Illustration and packaging design for bandana for motorcycle/chopper clothing company.
Client: Rolling Chaos.
Hot Rod Illustration.
Client: Ford Canada.
Fast Times Magazine asked us to do some illustrations for a double-page editorial entitled “Fool’s Gold”.
Client: Fast Times Magazine.
Why Horror Documentary asked us to do a series of horror-related illustrations which were then used and animated in their full-feature documentary.
Client: Why Horror.
Logo and signage design for Ontario-based special effects make up artist and company.
Client: Haunted House Creations.
Poster illustration and design for Rue Morgue’s annual Halloween Party.
Client: Rue Morgue Magazine.
California’s haunted house creators Deathworkz needed a new logo with chainsaws, blood and death…