Approved 90’s inspired merchandise graphic for Tupac. This design is available in Hot Topic stores and online.
A lot of Tupac’s current merchandise either falls under vintage inspired or clean black & white. For this project, I wanted to create a vintage look while maintaining current trends.
Approved tour merchandise design for Why Don’t We.
The band tends to like a lot more clean, modern, streetwear inspired design pieces. My goal was to create a classic tour design using a photo of the band and experimenting with the dateback.
Approved merchandise graphic for A Lot Like Birds. This design was available on tour.
Nature based designs are something I have picked up over the years that ALLB likes. This design was back in 2015, and I wanted to do a straight forward piece keeping this style in mind.
Proposed merchandise concepts for The Beatles. The goal for this project was to create graphics that reflected the Yellow Submarine album. Unfortunately, the project never finalized, and the designs went unused.
Approved merchandise graphic for As It Is. This was available on Warped Tour 2017.
The inspiration behind this piece came from the okay U.S.A. tour poster the band was using back in 2017. This piece originally was for that tour and then was reworked for Warped.
Approved merchandise concept for Have Mercy.
This design was an older design I had done for a music festival but went unused. When I was contacted to work on Have Mercy, I felt this piece fit their current aesthetic well and included that with my other designs.
Merchandise concepts for ERRA. The “Signal Fire” design is approved and used along side preorder bundles for their record NEON. The other design is unapproved.
Approved merchandise designs for Seether. Available on tour.
The brief for this project was a mix of illustrative designs and creepy vibes. I am a huge fan of darker imagery and was excited to get some more illustrative work done, something I don’t get a chance to include all that often.
Approved limited edition poster for Ice Nine Kills.
I created this poster for INK back in early 2017 for their release of the single “The Nature Of The Beast”. The music video was set on a farmhouse so I wanted to recreate that with an obvious creepy tone.
Proposed merchandise concept for Jason Mraz.
The brief for this project was to create fun, hand done graphics that fit with his current branding. Unfortunately, I never heard back on my submissions.
Proposed concept for Lindsey Stirling.
I wanted to create an almost collage styled piece for this project, which was fitting with some of the references provided.
Approved merchandise graphic for Dead Horses.
The band had contacted me and asked for a crescent moon concept, but also wanted to blend that with the vintage vibe they were using at the time.
Approved merchandise graphic for All Time Low. The goal with this design was to create a design that was inspired by their “So Wrong, It’s Right” album. This is available in Hot Topic stores.
Approved merchandise graphic for 2017’s River City Rockfest.
For this project, I wanted to create a bold graphic that really represented Texas that fans of the festival would connect with.
Approved merchandise graphics for Parachute.
The band had asked for designs that were a bit more on a trendy / artsy side, something you would come across on Pinterest. They had also mentioned wanting to keep a more female audience in mind when getting designs done. This first design is just an abstract piece that was hand drawn with sharpe (with the exception of the type and blue ring).
The second design was used as a poster and sticker design for their acoustic tour in 2017.
Approved merchandise graphic for P!ATD. Available in Hot Topic.
P!ATD has done a lot of simple, bold streetwear inspired graphics so I wanted to stay in that realm for retail.
Proposed merchandise concept for Slaughter To Prevail.
This design was created for their release of Misery Sermon but ultimately was passed on.
Proposed merchandise concept for The White Buffalo.
The band’s merchandising company had reached out and asked if I wanted to create a St. Patty’s inspired design for the band. They release one limited edition tshirt a month and wanted this one to be used for March. Ultimately though, the design was passed on.
I was particularly fond of this design as it’s 100% hand drawn using graphic elements as reference.
Approved Xmas sweater inspired design for All That Remains. This was available in their online store during the holiday season of 2017.
Approved merchandise graphic for Soreption. Available as a preorder bundle for “Monument of the End”.
I wanted to take the themes of the record and recreate them in a new light for this design, pulling colors from the CD cover as well.
Approved merchandise graphics for Asking Alexandria. Both designs were used during their “The Black” album cycle, and were available in their online store or on Impericon.
Approved merchandise graphic for Palaye Royale.
Another one of my favorite designs as this one was very hands on. I had printed out a photo provided of the band and ripped it up, scanning that back into my computer along with some rough hand drawn elements.
Approved tour merchandise graphics for William Ryan Key.
I created these designs to fit with the CD cover I had also made for Ryan. These were very abstract in nature and the 2nd design plays more on the actual color for the cover.
Approved merchandise graphics for Mary J Blige.
The first design was used at her “What’s the 411?” pop up shop, official online store, and Urban Outfitters. The second is being sold on her Strength of a Woman tour and in her online store.