This intricately detailed 88 sq. ft. mural can be seen at a favorite neighborhood beer tap in Seattle. I spent approximately 52 hours painting this piece over five days.
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Nothing conveys the creative impulse more honestly than illustration. And my aim at OddBurton is to shatter the constraints of ordinary to create truly unique and imaginative visual solutions for apparel, products, web, print, and what-the-heck-ever.
Quack!, My award-winning picture book is available for purchase. Pick up a copy today!
A splendid tale written in rhyming verse about a little girl who is constantly shadowed by a cloud of uncertainty.
I only send out emails when I can't contain my excitement.
OddBurton is an illustration studio with a singular purpose: Turning my client's vision into stunning visuals and unique products.
Hand-drawn on paper or rendered in pixels. Every piece I create is original and conveys my passion for the illustrative arts.
ODDB is an illustration studio. My goal is to build a company that spans disciplines to showcase the illustrative arts and new talent amidst the cacophony of noise polluting our experiences.
Illustration is a live medium. It moves and breathes at the whims of imagination. It is infinitely original and has the power to convey a thousand words within a single image. Cultivating creativity for mass absorption.
I love the name and the word play. I love the possibilities inherent in this concept. I also love the breadth of styles ODDB can and will encompass. Am I odd? That depends entirely on your perspective.
Ultimately, the goal of ODDB is to produce my own products, my own content, and create a brand that speaks to the creative spirit in much the same way that a crazy person speaks to himself in a padded room. Read my blog
Add a whole new level of awesome to your products with custom artwork. I'll collaborate with you to create original designs for skis, snowboards, surfboards, skate decks, and even coffee mugs.
Finished illustration to benefit a Kickstarter campaign for a new Atlanta restaurant called Better Half. The restaurant is the brain-child of the fabulous husband and wife duo behind PushStart Kitchen.
The 5"x7" piece is rendered with pen and ink and each of the 24 objects measure approximately 1".