Various illustrations for editorial use. Clients include:
ESPN, Wired, Yahoo, Hyundai, Runner's Magazine, Playboy & Vibe
Selected portraits for clients:
Wired, GQ, ESPN, Men's Health, MLS, Empire & Red Bull
Supporters.Pro is a collaboration between myself and Fashion Design Nerea Palacios. We came together through out mutual love for kit design to launch an independent apparel line that uses the football jersey as a canvas to re-imagine existing sports identities, properties across the pop culture landscape and to challenge the possibilities of what independent football apparel can be.
My role focused on working closely with Nerea's kit designs and create corresponding logos. Moreover I worked closely on product development for the apparel line, including but not limited to marketing and social promotion. Supporters.Pro has been featured in Howler Magazine, Soccerbible, & Fox Sports and our SoccerWars line is currently on display in the National Football Museum in Manchester.
I was commissioned by American Express to interpret their cards including their Classic Green, Gold and Platinum Cards. To develop three visually stunning and contemporary designs I worked closely with creative agency ALLDAYEVERYDAY.
For the 2014/2015 season, I teamed up with Arsenal FC to co-design the club Match Programme and create various portrait illustrations.
The programme seen here was for Brazil vs. Chile friendly match held at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium in London.
I designed the lettering and player illustrations of Neymar And Alexis Sanchez and worked with the Arsenal Creative Team on implementing the motif throughout the rest of the magazine.
About 52 Shades of Greed
In 2012 I art directed & designed a project called 52 Shades of Greed; a fully illustrated deck of playing cards about the Wall Street Crash & Occupy movement featuring 28 artists, and the 99%.
About Alternative Banking
Alternative Banking is a group of people who are disturbed about the current state of finance and financial regulation. Many of us have experience or expertise in the financial industry and are all-too-familiar with the way that the industry exploits “dumb money” and manipulates financial regulation to its benefit. We are open to everyone who would like to understand what has gone wrong with the banking industry, Wall Street and the political and regulatory process and work to fix it.
About the Artists
The 52 Shades of Greed art directing team, Marc Scheff and Daniel Nyari, are NYC-based illustrators who wanted to create a unique collaboration between illustrators of all stripes and levels of fame to say something important about the world. They believe that illustrators can be teachers engaged in politics and social welfare. They believe that we can become more than individuals and more than servants to other peoples’ messages. They gathered an art team from all over the world to contribute to the 52 Shades of Greed project, and could not be more pleased with the result.
Adam S. Doyle
Chris B. Murray
Daniel Nyari (Art Director & Designer)
Dobot (Logan Faerber)
Marc Scheff (& Art Director)
Stephanie F. Scholz
A player in football who leads attacks or brings other players on the same side into a position from which they could score. He often plays centrally between the opposition’s defence & attack. He has also been known as a trequartista, regista, enganche, meia-armadror, meia-de-ligação, fantasisti, rifinitore, or false nine depending on cultural origin and/or position.
Print now Available here.
In collaboration with FutbolArtistNetwork I art directed, designed and helped develop an officially licensed Soccer emojis appfor Major League Soccer.
Below are samples of the Portland Timbers emojis pack. Emojis are available for all 20 MLS teams and FAN also has licensing rights for the U.S. National Team.
I also worked with the LA Galaxy and its partner Alcatel for a series of emoji portraits which were printed out and distributed to fans on matchdays. Read more about the project here.
From 2014 to 2016 I art directed several projects for Major League Soccer with the aim of building a new visual lexicon and mythology for the expanding league. To view each artists's personal website please click on the corresponding image.
Rivalry Week: sponsored by Heineken, I worked with 5 illustrators to create match posters featuring narratives for existing & future league rivalries.
MLS Insider: a weekly editorial series accompanying Emmy Award winning Producer Jonathan Hock's video documentaries showcasing in-depth features, personal profiles on some of the biggest stars and culturally relevant stories relating to American Soccer. My role was to create accompanying visual concepts for the weekly documentaries and work closely with illustrators to realize them. To the right are select illustrations.
NYCFC: A short lived series of match posters for New York City FC's inaugural season. The project was cut short 7 posters in. My role was to work with illustrators to conceptualize posters for each game. I wanted to focus on non-traditional soccer imagery to build a mythology for the new franchise.
A series of illustrations and prints created for Pop Culture Galleries including:
Hero Complex Gallery
Prints available here
EA Sports commissioned me to Art Direct a custom Xbox Case for the Seattle Sounders of Major League Soccer. My role was to conceptualize and lead the product development and launch of the custom case. I worked closely with artist John Zylstra who provided the case art.
I was commissioned by Windows to brand the sponsored MLS All Star Game 2014 booth in Portland. The primary asset is an illustration honoring fans, repurposed for each corresponding MLS team to be displayed in the Windows booth.
The secondary graphic is a set of minimal MLS logos used to brand shirts, bags, hat, food trucks & pedicabs.
In addition, I worked with chainsaw sculptor Bob King to create a center piece sculpture in honor of the two teams playing in the main event; MLS All Star vs. Bayern Munich.
Ten years in the making, Jeff Antebi of Waxploitation records had an idea for his favorite musicians & contemporary painters to create a children's stories book. Stories for Ways And Means is that book.
The book is 350 pages and includes contributions from Tom Waits, Nick Cave, Frank Black, Justin Vernon, Laura Marling, Allison Mosshart, Kathleen Hanna and many more.
I contributed the cover illustration to the book. Proceeds from the book go to children's literacy organizations worldwide. You can check out more about the project and where to purchase it at sfwam.org
I was commissioned by SoccerBible to interpret the famous Adidas Predator timeline spanning all the way back to the Predator Rapier in 1995 to most recent LZ.
Full project here