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HR fun!

I love, love, LOVE doing work for Bremmer and Goris! The Creative Director is a really nice guy, and really enjoy working for them. The team there puts out a magazine for a client about Human Resources. And I must admit, it is very over my head. But I like the challenge of illustrating a concept I don’t “get”.

Here are a couple samples I recently did for them. For more samples and fun, check out pocza.com!

DJ Frapp

I don’t usually enter contests. But I really want an ipad2, so I am willing to give it the ol’ try. And DA is having a contest with StarBucks as a sponsor. Blended Remix. It feels really good to be illustrating something for fun again. I think I may start entering more contests. If nothing else, it is just practice.

DJ Frapp



I don’t usually enter contests. But I really want an ipad2, so I am willing to give it the ol’ try. And DA is having a contest with StarBucks as a sponsor. Blended Remix. It feels really good to be illustrating something for fun again. I think I may start entering more contests. If nothing else, it is just practice.

INSIDER editorial



Just over 10 years ago, I worked for a great agency called Bremmer and Goris Communications. One of their clients puts out a magazine called PEO Insider. I contribute my enthusiasm for editorial art to this magazine. The client was very open to using illustration and would let me do just about anything that fit the feature. Although, we struggled one time over the concept of “Piggy Backing”. My first comp looked too much like pig sex. LOL. I was upset at the time as I didn’t see it that way, but now, it kills me. Thanks Steph.


So 10 years later, I get to play with the fine folks at B&G and PEO Insider. I know I can see massive change and growth in my work since my first issue. Good times.

Mars Hill Church

A few months ago, I had the opportunity to work with Mars Hill Church and their kids ministry. What a challenge. It was one of the most fun projects I have had in a long time. Originally, what started out as a coloring book, became art installations at the campuses. This Easter, the coloring books were passed out to all the kids and I hope they enjoy it! Looking forward to showing onsite samples, but for now, here are some of my favorite images.