Building Alphabet

November 6, 2009

I found this on the interwebs. Pretty amazing stuff.



Happy Halloween

October 31, 2009


World’s Smallest Falsies!

October 30, 2009

In the spirit of Halloween, I present to you the world’s smallest falsies!


“Have fun!”


October 26, 2009

title screen

Vectorpark’s Windosill is a beautifully designed puzzle game that features silky smooth animation and brain-busting puzzles. The goal is to get the wooden car from one side of the windowsill to the other through the door. The demo is about half the length of the full retail game. Even though I’ve beaten the game’s demo over and over again, I keep returning just to admire all the little details and interactions the developer’s included. Great little diversion, though I’m not sure if it’s worth the price for the full game.

puzzle three

Yog Sothoth Rules

October 24, 2009


I was inspired to sketch this one day while reading Stephen King’s Needful Things.


October 21, 2009

I miss my Legos. :[



October 17, 2009


I scanned this beautiful photo from a book on India. I wanted it for its color palette for a sleep store project. I named the store Shanti and ended up not using too many of these bold colors, opting for a more subdued look to fit the sleep store feel. This scan is too gorgeous to pass up tho, so I plan on using the colors for a future project at some point.


October 16, 2009


This is a terrible photo of a mysterious antique of which I have no recollection of. The type is pretty spiffy tho.

Dino Love

October 14, 2009

If you haven’t already guessed, I am a complete nerd/geek. I’ve never actually learned the difference between the two but I’m sure I fit both definitions somewhat. I grew up with a fascination for dinosaurs (like most children I hope) among other fantastical creatures, and that love has only grown over the years. I scanned these stamps for a stamp project I did last year. I didn’t really have a good reason to scan these, besides the fact that I am a dino lover.