Fish Poster.

A couple years ago I got bored at work and started sketching cute fish on this yellow legal pad: A couple months ago, I took all those sketches to UM’s GroundWorks Media Lab and redrew all the fish on one of the Wacom Cintiqs they have there. A »

Lumberjacks Hockey.

I joined another hockey team. We needed a fun logo to match our buffalo check plaid jerseys. This is what I came up with: »

Chris Bathgate’s Mid-Winter Tour Promo Video.

My good friend Chris Bathgate asked me to help him make a “crankie” style promo video for his upcoming tour. The video turned out to be a 96 ft long illustration of all the cities he will be playing in. It took forever to draw, but it was pretty fun »

New Honey Badgers Swag.

I occasionally play on a hockey team called the Ann Arbor Honey Badgers. We needed a logo, so I whipped up this one last summer: Hopefully new jerseys are coming soon, but in the meantime, it looks pretty good on these t-shirts: We also just celebrated »

Postcard for 826 Michigan.

826michigan recently asked me to be part of their new postcard project for their robot shop (read about 826michigan and the Liberty Street Robot Supply & Repair here: or here: The project combines short »

Adventure Maps.

Here are a couple of fun maps I made while planning a 5-day adventure to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The first map is for Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, where we hiked about 25 miles along Lake Superior. The second map is for Tahquamenon Falls »

Lighthouse Poster Project is Born.

I recently had the crazy idea to draw all of the lighthouses that currently exist in the state of Michigan. I thought there were going to be a couple dozen. Turns out, there’s more than 100. I spent several days compiling a list of all the lighthouses »

Butterfly Kid Artwork.

My friend Jim Roll just released an album many years in the making. He told me the record, called The Continuing Adventures of the Butterfly Kid, was inspired by futuristic comic book art by Paul Pope. He asked for something based loosely on that, with »