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Mot-dièse! A spot about using Twitter in France for Wired. Who better to dance nonchalantly with wine service for two on their head than a french computer?

Mot-dièse! A spot about using Twitter in France for Wired. Who better to dance nonchalantly with wine service for two on their head than a french computer?

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Last (and sexiest) in that series of running spots for Wired. I know the ol’ anchor tattoo is a little played out, but I totally think that dude would rock one of those non-ironically.

Last (and sexiest) in that series of running spots for Wired. I know the ol’ anchor tattoo is a little played out, but I totally think that dude would rock one of those non-ironically.

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Another piece from the same series for Wired! A snowman in a derby, moon-boots, and bright orange leggins? Yes.

Another piece from the same series for Wired! A snowman in a derby, moon-boots, and bright orange leggins? Yes.

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One of 3 spot illustrations about themed running events for Wired.

One of 3 spot illustrations about themed running events for Wired.

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OH! Also this one for the same thing! Space soldiers, shredded.

OH! Also this one for the same thing! Space soldiers, shredded.

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I’ll take a little break from posting game stuff! Here’s a piece I did for Wired for a column that discusses the Alien movies. Personally I’m in favor of anything that suddenly burst out of people at dinner. So long as not much of it gets on me.

I’ll take a little break from posting game stuff! Here’s a piece I did for Wired for a column that discusses the Alien movies. Personally I’m in favor of anything that suddenly burst out of people at dinner. So long as not much of it gets on me.

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Wired Cafe, 2011 San Diego Comic Con pt. 3

These were the final character treatments for the lounge! Green was added to give it a little punch, and they decided to print them big and focus on the simple designs tiled here and there throughout the place and on the swag you could pick up. I would have preferred working with those initial murals more, but I’m still happy with how they turned out!

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Wired Cafe, 2011 San Diego Comic Con pt. 2
This was the second version of the fireplace mural. The suggestion was made to stick to a very limited palette. We went with this blue because it had a technology vibe. I tried to get a spy/adventure comic vibe going in it. It was ultimately nixed in favor of a simpler treatment.

Wired Cafe, 2011 San Diego Comic Con pt. 2

This was the second version of the fireplace mural. The suggestion was made to stick to a very limited palette. We went with this blue because it had a technology vibe. I tried to get a spy/adventure comic vibe going in it. It was ultimately nixed in favor of a simpler treatment.

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So, I did a pretty cool gig over this past summer that I never posted! Wired hired me to design treatments for the walls and other areas for their lounge at the 2011 San Diego Comic Con. It’s essentially a chill out area where celebs and other folks grab some cool Wired swag and throw back some drinks in the San Diego sun.

The concept they had was to develop characters based on a set of reader archetypes. A business guy, a gadget girl, a tech-y gentleman, a musician, a hacker, a foodie, and a traveling thrill seeker.

Initially I approached it as a series of murals that would wrap around the walls, the bar, the DJ booth, and a fireplace. The sketches in this post were some early concepts. More to follow!