Monday, March 29, 2010

(I) King Jackalope

My blog with artist buddy Matt Gaydos rages on. Check it out by clicking HERE.

(GD) Professional Postcards



After the success of the visualization project I created for him, Mr. Ryan hired me to create a gratitude postcard for his clients. Though it's not my typical style, I wanted to design something that would correspond with the look of his website, creating a unified, professional presentation.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

(I) Lovecraft Portrait


In my latest post to the GooBlog, I created a portrait of H.P. Lovecraft using pen and ink- no pencil layouts, no Photoshop fixing, no do overs. Kind of intimidating, but I think it came out all right. Check out my blog with my friend Matt by clicking here.

Friday, March 5, 2010

(GD) Three New 'B is for Baby' Clothes Designs!

Yeah! Three more letters towards my total conquest of the alphabet! Wa ha ha!! The iguana is a commission, the quail was for a friend's birthday, and the bat is just rad. And that's what we're all about here at OwlHenryDesign: Rad.

I was recently critiqued for having few ladies' designs in the shop, and I wanted to make sure everyone knows that any design in the shop can be put on any piece of clothing, though I try to make sure those clothes are made in the USA. Just email me and I'll set it up, no problem.

So check 'em out at my Spreadshirt store: http://owlhenry.spreadshirt.com/
or visit the brand new Cafepress store, where you can see pictures of my cousin Thalia sporting her "O is for Octopus" bib, as well as Tony and Karen's son Emmett in his "E is for Eel" t-shirt. NICE! http://www.cafepress.com/OwlHenryBaby

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

New Collaborative Art Blog!



My friend Matt and I have been talking about creating a blog together for a while now. We think of it as a kind of conversation, one guy makes a piece of art, the other guy responds in any way he wants, and we create, over the course of a year, a combined total of 52 pieces. Follow the goo times
here.
I should add that this idea was inspired by a similar blog between artists James Jean and Kenichi Hoshine, called "A Polite Winter." Though they haven't posted anything in four years, it's still worth checking out: A Polite Winter.