Art Director Kate Madden assigned a series of cartoon Sasquatch illustrations, a variety of more realistic animal illustrations, and a full page map of the Mount St. Helens area. It was a lot of fun to work in different styles, and then to see them come together in such an interesting and good looking feature!
Squatch takes part in a variety of outdoor activities, navigating the area, observing and photgraphing the unique landscape, and teaching us about it’s history.
Animals populate the map and field guide. You can find out what these critters are up to here: Life Goes On: Mount St. Helen’s Flora and Fauna.
If you don’t get your hands on the magazine, read the full story here: The Essential Guide to Mount St. Helens
Here are a few spot illustrations for Portland Monthly Magazine‘s August 2012 issue.
A humorous listing of the “21 Steps from Garage Band to Glamour.”
I’m honored to have illustrated a feature for Portland Monthly’s Fall Arts Review featuring collaborations from a diverse field of local creatives.
These illustrations for Portland Monthly‘s August issue depict how to catch a crawfish with your bare hands, the spirits under a lake, and swimming in downtown Portland.Read the whole article here.
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.
Spot illustrations for Portland Monthly’s March 2012 issue “Hot Breakfast Spots.”