Bit late getting this up, but I had the pleasure of creating a series of small illustrations to accompany Season One of Life With Objects.
And while I’ve got you thinking about objects, I should mention that these were drawn with a piece of bamboo dipped in ink.
Illustration to accompany another Story Matters article.
Spot illustration to accompany a “Year in Review” article in Story Matters magazine about the changing face of publishing.
Another spot illustration for Story Matters magazine. This one accompanies a lovely article on Content Strategy.
Recently completed this spot illustration for Story Matters magazine to accompany a short article about the similarities between vegetable gardens and social media.
Here’s the second edition in what I’m calling my Brucetop Maupaper project. In case you missed the first, you can download Allow events to change you here.
Last week, the very talented Matthew D. Pamer and I hung a collection of prints at The Garage gallery in Charlottesville. We call the project Department of Monsters. If you happen to be in town, stop by and peek at the beasts!
For over a year, I’ve been working with a church in Pennsylvania to develop icons to represent the different aspects of their worship and work. Distilling the vision of an entire congregation into a set of simple symbols proved no easy task, and we went through many rounds of revisions. These four are my personal favorites.
My hope is that the new icons will be accessible, flexible and stand the test of time — but moreover, I hope that by going through this process, the leaders of the church have found a common language for some of the intangible aspects of ministry that are often difficult to put into words.
Since my days as a student, Bruce Mau has been a consistent force for massive change in both my work and lifestyle. In an effort to further contemplate and celebrate his Incomplete Manifesto for Growth, I’ve decided to create a series of desktop wallpaper. The first is included below: Allow events to change you. Enjoy!