Past Mural Work

Art, Design, Illustration

I stopped through Pedal Power bike shop in Middletown a couple of weeks ago & saw the mural I painted there a bunch of years ago (the exploded diagram on the top). They’ve added to their collection of classic bicycle ephemera on the shelf just underneath it. I think they compliment each other pretty well (if I do say so myself). I projected an old exploded diagram of a Campagnolo hub I found. I couldn’t get the projector to squarely face the wall (and fill the space like I wanted), so I had to improvise. The result is slightly skewed, but it fills the wall in the way I visualized it. There’s a slight “dismorphia” to it when you see it in person, which is kind of a neat effect. To the left of this wall is another diagram, for a Campy crankset. I’ll have to dig around to see if I can find a photo of that. Maybe for a post in the future.

Campagnolo hub diagram mural.

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Keep Cross Metal

Art, Design

Cyclocross season is upon us again! And so are the commissions for CX-themed work. I just put the wraps on a bit of design work for my good friends who organize the Zanconato Single-Speed CX Series here in New England. They put on a bunch of great single-speed only races that make for a great day of going fast in the dirt with you friends.

Chip asked if I’d be up for designing a race poster for the series in sorta of a ‘metal concert-poster’ theme. Cyclocross & metal? I’m in!

If you’ve never been to a CX race before, it’s worth noting that cowbells are sort of an integral part of the cross racing scene. They’re rung by spectators to encourage racers to go faster. When you’re coming around a corner & hear a group of people clanging away, it definitely makes you want to go faster (despite what your legs & body are telling you)! Lightning bolts are also know to make people faster (in case you weren’t aware). The combination of the two make for a nearly supersonic force!

Think Snow…

Art, Design, Sketchbook

Was sifting through my old digital files & stumbled upon this. Rough sketch for a friend who used to own a ski shop called Wicked Sharp up in MA. He wanted to do a run of stickers that looked like snowflakes that tied into the shop’s name. Never saw the light of day. I think they said it looked too high-class for their shop, or something like that…oh well. Definitely needed more work to make it tight, but you can see where I was going with it.