Apparatus, a design firm based in Toronto, commissioned me to create three snowboard designs for women and boys as part of the 2013 Sims and M3 lines.
Johnson & Johnson hired me to work on a Brazilian sunscreen and moisturizer packaging project. I created several concepts and illustrations centered around sport and ocean.
ACCO/Mead licensed six of my images for their 2014 and 2015 Back-To-School collections called "painterly expressions." All notebooks were on sale at Target Stores all throughout the US!
New York Collective for the Arts invited me to be a part of “Artists Play Too,” a limited edition T-shirt series. The collection’s theme was to bridge the artist’s personal reflection of the union of art and sport with FILA’s vision of l’arte nello sport – a presentation of the beauty of performance and the personal fulfillment of participation. The limited edition t-shirts were dropped exclusively at national FILA retail stores.
UK-based INQ Mobile licensed a few of my images including a large handmade collage called “The Street” and a page from my handmade book “Can’t Walk A Straight Line” for packaging and advertising of the INQ Cloud Touch phone. The visuals were used for: web graphics, print collateral, wallpapers, outdoor advertising, retail environments, and as giant booth graphics at The GSMA Mobile World Conference in Barcelona.
My postcard book, "The Greatest City on Earth," was chosen for a special collection at the MoMA Design Store called Destination: NYC - products all made in the USA by New York City designers. MoMA's Destination: Design series showcases local designers in cities around the world.
The colorful book features a diverse body of artwork I've been creating for more than a decade about New York and it's ever changing cityscape.
Printed "Arrow" chair prototype using my artwork and state-of-the-art printing techniques.