Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Summer Job

This summer I am doing 3 different pieces for Denver based ski company Jiberish. Great athlete base, down to earth staff and a creatively geared outlook has made working with them amazing so far.


I have been busting my ass on the first work and thought I might throw up a sample. This is half of the design so we will just have to wait until this fall to see the rest.


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Sunday, May 21, 2006

My Last Edison Piece

It has been a good 5 years but my days of HS graphic design has officially ended. I have done 7 different shirts for an assortment of Edison High School orginizations and teams but today I receieved the final prints in the long line of Edison garments. Presenting the 3-time league champion, 2006 Edison High School Mens Track and Field.


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Saturday, May 20, 2006


I just got back from eating dinner in Anaheim and took a few suprisingly high quality pictures with a sprisingly small 4 megapixel soccer mom camera. The third one down you can click on and save it desktop size. And the last shot is my thugged out nephew ready to roll out in the escalade w/ direcTV in the headrests and sippey cup filled to the br!m. reprazennnt.





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Tuesday, May 2, 2006


I went camping at Rocky Mountain National Park last weekend. When I was telephoned and asked to go, it was dusk and I was reluctant. What looked to be the most disorganized camping expedition to date turned out to actually be pretty fun. We camped at Longs Peak campground, which is right on the edge of the park, in order to avoid dropping mad scr!lla for park entry. After setting up some ghetto rental tents and lighting a fire with wet wood, the booze started flowing. Keystone Light seemed to curb hypothermia and the trip all of a sudden made sense. Check out the pictures below.




Huddle Formation


Picnic table




Long's Peak

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