I designed this four-color pattern to be screen printed on 100# paper and die cut them into foldable banks.
The Fold-a-Bank kit includes ten valueless starter coins, and is available in my Etsy shop.
Scanned screen print
Three-color screen print pattern which was designed to be printed on fabric and made into re-usable lunch bags.
I screen printed this pattern onto natural cotton fabric and sewed it into a limited edition of lunch bags, which are available in my Etsy shop.
Sewn lunch bag
Hand-drawn pattern for screen printing
Four-color 19x12.5 screen prints. I printed a few different colorways with fluorescent pigments.
Three-color 19x25 screen print with metallic, transparent, and fluorescent inks.
A one-color t-shirt screen print design I drew and printed, created as a gift for my nephew's 13th birthday. He loves pizza and Dr. Who.
The printed t-shirts
An ongoing series of 5x7 three-color screen prints based on drawings in my sketchbook.
The set seen here is available in my Etsy shop.
A three-color pattern I designed to screen print on the back of my business cards. The pattern features hands holding some of my favorite things to draw.
On the backs of business cards
Eighty-six total drawings of my dog Miguel doing various things, curated from a 2013 sketchbook and collected into two zines.
See Miguel cook! Camp! Buy shoes off the internet! Miguel is a giant mouse! He tries Windows 8!
And see Miguel look at art! And rollerblade! And get a haircut!He takes a bath! He impersonates Jay Z!
Drawings of Miguel #1 and Drawings of Miguel #2 are both available in my Etsy shop.
Front covers of zines
Back covers of zines
Three-color 19x19 screen print of some of my favorite foods, treated in the style of a quilt block. Food + quilts = comfort.
These prints are available in my Etsy shop.
Five-color postcard screen print celebrating that time Fabio got hit in the face by a goose on a roller coaster.
As a personal challenge, every weekday in May 2014 I posted a quickly-executed digital comic to Tumblr. See them all here.