Lately I’ve been playing around with this whole snowboard concept. Here’s a new snowboard design that emulates the passion of riding a mountain. To me snowboarding is a very humbling practice. It helps me find balance and clarity. When you’re on the slopes you’re not worried about your bills or any drama that may surround your life. It’s all about finding that rhythm and just cruising through the snow. Your arms are stretched out like a bird and your simply “Sailing” without a care in the world. Hi-five to snowboarding.
A small snowboard company here in Colorado is looking for board designers. So I put together a couple designs for them. Pretty snazzy eh.
The White Buffalo – I think their name speaks for itself. Truly a unique band that carries a sound that has been lost for decades. A true Americana as well as a soul searcher. Express your soul and let the world know you’re alive and well. I love that the heart of real music is making its way back to the radio waves. Hotdog!
This was an album cover I designed for The Knight Beats. It’s supposed to resemble the band walking through the desert to a show full of anxiously awaiting fans.
I sketched out this drawing on paper and then illustrated in in Adobe Illustrator. This is for a company out in Florida, they rent Wave Runners to tourists. Great White Sharks not included.
All I really want is a pretty girl with flowers in her hair. That’s not to much to ask is it?
Yvon Chouinard once said “The adventure only begins when everything starts going wrong”. I believe he’s correct.
Hi-five to 180º South. If you haven’t watched this extraordinary documentary please do so. Guaranteed to change your life and make you think about what’s truly important. The two gentlemen who took the journey back in 1969 in a old hippy bus was Yvon Chouinard (founder of Patagonia) and Doug Tompkins (founder of Northface). It’s on Netflix so check it out today!