Sunday, December 6, 2009


Mag spread graffitiesque (or urban calligraphy/typography, as it's being called as of late). Done with color-pencil, a bit of watercolor, markers, and Photoshop for embellishment. I left negative space for the headline, subhead, and lead-in paragraph of a hypothetical article.

That's my tag right there.

FESK Mag Layout

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Rammer Totem

Take a gander at another Rammer logo, a symmetrical totem. I'm not sure but I think this one constitutes a bilateral/mirror-image ambigram too (can any ambigram friends put me on whether or not?). Though there are some negative space issues here, doesn't it look like a person, or if you rotate it, a fish? And the name can repeat itself vertically ad infinitum (a la wallpaper), for the first 'R' is the same as the last 'R', forever.

Rammer Totem

I'm following up my previous post's last drawing, the one with the logo and abstract lady. It was an abstract, monoweight, geometric, black/white theme I was going for.

Monday, November 30, 2009

Studying (?) in class... Sketches

Here're some quick line sketches, the roads of my neurons, while thoughts on the topic at course careen ablaze. Well... It's a multi-tasking possibility. Have fun:

Oh, his one I must comment specifically. Abstract symmetrical logo doodle of, guess what website... (plus a dash of a hint of a foggy layout). I like the lady in particular.

Monday, March 9, 2009


Every now and then I draw whatever I see, sometimes scapes, sometimes things, sometimes my friends. Here a some of the latter:

Joshua D. Cochran
Joshua D. Cochran is a writer. I had him as my prof for my last English class in City College of New York. He has a book, Echo Detained from Fractious Press on, and though I never read it, he and I share publication in City College's Promethean, the 2004 issue. His poem, Dance of the Nomenclature is one of my highlights. Google him; he's around.

This is what happens when you think with your eyes in class:

Quick one of my boy Len, while playing cards.

Felix Luis García
Poet with the last punto.

Hristo Atanasov
The random brains behind Rather Random Reality. I play the games he designs and creates, I look at his drawings, I watch (and sometimes contribute) his animation. His latest one won him a spot on the front page and a Daily 3rd Place award on It's called Cigar Wars: Lightersabers Collide!, and worth me reserving a post to hightlight this nice masterpiece.

This drawing says 'Aku' to the left, for Aku is the wickedest shapeshifting master. Actually, there is evidence Hristo might be this world's Aku master: