Monthly Archives: October 2010

TAKE IT EASY

Here is another piece from ESSES, the Early 911S Registry’s quarterly publication, while I was the art director/graphic designer. I asked my buddy John Gray to interview Jim Breazeale, owner of EASY (European Automotive Salvage Yard). Without Jim, I don’t … Continue reading

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GO GO GODZILLA!

This has been my life for almost a year. Eat, sleep and breathe this project. These pages represent the WERK CREW book. However to Godzilla, they represent the Tokyo landscape, a.k.a. his favorite stomping grounds. I’ve made a lot of … Continue reading

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AS THE CROWD WARMS TO THE FIRST RAYS OF LIGHT

A bird song shatters the still as I arrived into Monterey for the 2009 Monterey Historics. The natives greet me from above. Exhausted from my 120 mile road trip, I feed the soul at my favorite restaurant, MacDaunalees, for some … Continue reading

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My buddy Nick Maggio from A Time to Get asked me to design a logo for his project WE DON’T MIND. Not exactly sure what the project is but knowing Nick, it’s going to be another bookmark for me. He’s … Continue reading

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AND IT’S TIME TO LIVE IN THE SCATTERED SUN

8AM this morning – the view from my car at a stop light. Perfect light for an auto shoot. Too bad I had to work.

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THE SOIL IN A MAN’S HEART IS STONIER

For those who don’t have the Early 911S Registry calendar – this is the October car. It’s the same pic but different post processing. The submission required a brief description which I wrote “Arctic Silver 1968 911L, owned by Bob … Continue reading

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WITH GREAT POWER COMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY

This car…in black with a Rick Leonardi style white spider symbol on the hood. That would be the ultimate Spidey Mobile.

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