For the past few years, I have held Hyphenfest, a celebration of my super cool birth. I like to be a little over the top, so I always make some sort of ridiculilous poster. This year’s theme is 2012, the end of the days. It’s always fun to try new techniques and styles. Last year, I used a comic book theme. This year, old grindhouse movie posters were my inspiration.
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I filmed the goings-on at Hyphenfest 2011 and put together 5, short, amusing videos. You can find them over on my Vimeo channel, Hyphen Home Movies, or you can check out the Hyphenfest-only channel. Here’s a sample below:
This Valentine’s Day, curl up with a loved on on the couch and hold a small country hostage using a self-replicating sound-carried virus or a death ray.
Please enjoy these other Villainous Valentines.
Bonus card beyond the jump!
Here are a few vector illustrations I’ve done in the last few months for varying projects. Get in touch with me if you think you might ever want a drawing for whatever reason. Birthdays, weddings, funerals! It’s the gift that keeps on giving!
A friend of mine and her husband in the worst sweaters, drawn for their Holiday card.
Here is Li’l Hoover. I love those shoes.
Self portrait in pixels. Did this in Illustrator, too.
The Black Nerd, because he asked me to.
A friend’s brother, to be silk screened on a t-shirt for his 30th birthday.
If there is one thing we can all be excited for, it’s the end of the work week. Some of us will do almost anything to get through it as fast as possible. That’s what I was going for with the posters below.