As a body of volunteers who have selflessly worked with and part of the Burning Man community, the Black Rock Rangers have been in continuous operation for twenty years. This PVC patch is issued to all active Rangers in good standing as a token of … Read More →
Category Archives: art
A token of appreciation gifted yearly to the very patient partners who put up with those known as the Black Rock Rangers. 2″x4″ polyvinyl chloride (pvc) patch
Folding an origami crane is easy if you follow the steps exactly as illustrated. Don’t take any shortcuts, as your crane may not look as shown in Step 3. Illustrating how to fold an origami crane in the least amount of steps – yet solidly … Read More →
I believe I may be getting the hang of illustration. This is a bit of a departure from my recent technical drawings, yet the style is still present. created in Adobe Illustrator
Design inspired by, I kid you not, a Kurosawa film.
It’s the little things that trigger our memories. In this example, the memories are always with you worn on your wrist. This may be beach sand from a honeymoon, water from a lake that you grew up near, or a beloved’s ashes. magnets, vinyl tubing, … Read More →
I really hate wood ticks. Absolute hate them. Illustrating this from source files has certainly squicked me out. My unease is your enjoyment.
Continuing with the series of Someone Else’s Problems, I wanted to explore the hidden fears we have manifested ourselves or have been nutured through media and government warnings. Rational or not, we believe that such things are possible and are present in our daily lives … Read More →
It didn’t start with Columbine, and it will continue to stir controversy each time it occurs. This furthers the woodblock print series on Someone Else’s Problem in regards to fear. I don’t feel that this is the strongest of the series in regards to final … Read More →
The world around us is filled with many things that we can not observe. People have their personal thoughts, unknown activities happen behind closed doors, contents of boxes remain undiscovered. The author Douglas Adams once wrote about this: SEPs, otherwise known as “someone else’s problems.” … Read More →
I’d like to say this matches the rest of the decor, but it most likely doesn’t. Unless one had the room of an eight year old girl with posters of ponies and the stray, feral Barbie laying around, this piece of furniture is going to … Read More →