I’m honored to have illustrated a feature for Portland Monthly’s Fall Arts Review featuring collaborations from a diverse field of local creatives.
Here are some pen and ink illustrations for the Portland Monthly Magazine‘s “Best of the City” issue, included in a guide to Portland’s many vintage shops. One for each decade from the 1920’s to the noughties.
A few portrait illustrations I’ve produced using digital and traditional processes.
Aspen Sojourner’s Community Table section in their Midwinter 2010 issue.
The Dynosorusrex Theater cast of Charlemagne, 2011.
Aspen Sojourner’s Midwinter 2012 Community Table.
Portland’s creative class has a strong affinity for all things DIY, and zine culture is no exception. For the last 13 years the Independent Publishing Resource Center has been helping artists and writers of all kinds put indie ink to paper in Portland’s SW. This month the IPRC starts a new chapter; crossing the river and growing into its new space in southeast Portland.
To help them celebrate, and for a chance to say goodbye to the old space, folks are gathering at Sizzle Pie (west), March 14th from 7pm – 10pm. The event will also serve as the release party for the appropriately themed Stumptown Underground #21, Memory & the Past.
Spot illustrations for Portland Monthly’s March 2012 issue “Hot Breakfast Spots.”
Black and white prints and shirts are available on Society6.