3 color screen print poster for Hanger Jam.
3 color screen print for Lazercrunk Audio's first release, Le Moti: Neva Enough. The story goes: She cuts off the head of the king and burns his kingdom. Only to realize it's neva enough, and she can't take it back.
Illustration created for 5x5. Used as a skin on his Nu-Mark gear. Also adapted the artwork for use on a quarter page flyer.
Stripped and rebuilt 1978 Bally pinball machine with new artwork and mechanics. The game is fully functional and playable. Completed game was exhibited in November 2012 at the Gallery 4, Pittsburgh PA and at Fountain Art Fair in Miami, December 2012.
3 color screen print Cat-Women of the Moon film poster and T-shirt. Shirts are available to purchase in the online store!
This project involved designing and painting a mural for a men's clothing shop. In addition to the mural, the shop owners wanted to produce a shirt with an image of the final design. Each shirt was then packaged in a quart paint can with a signed and numbered screen print label.
T-shirt illustrations for the Professional Amateur Pinball Association.
6 color screen print to accompany Anna Newman's documentary film about the legendary pinball artist Wade Krause.
Logos, logos, and more logos.
A commission painting. My client was interested in my older work which involved city scapes and typography. At the time of the commission, I was painting witches, snakes and bats - so the painting ended up slightly creepy. Which is absolutely a good thing.
Stripped and rebuilt 1965 Gotleib Dodge City pinball machine with new artwork and mechanics. The game is fully functional and playable. Completed game was exhibited in the summer of 2009 at the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh PA.
14 x 22"
Acrylic on wood.
This painting was made for the Gallery 1988 x Adult Swim exhibit in Los Angeles, 2012.
Paintings from "Funhouse of Terror" at the Gallery 4, Pittsburgh PA.
T-shirt illustration for Hot Rod's Motorcycle Club. Part of club member duty is to eat some bar-b-q.
4 color screen print poster and T-shirt for Lucky the Painproof Man.
Poster created for a fashion, music, and art event at the Andy Warhol Museum. From the press release:
"An evening of fashion, music, and art featuring young Pittsburgh-based artists (Brian Holderman and Nami Ogawa), celebrating the rebellious and youthful energy, unique sensibility and spirit of collaboration inherent in the hybrid art / fashion / music produced during the hyper-prolific era of the mid 70s to mid 80s in NYC."