About a year ago, Matthew LaFleur came out of nowhere for me, with a humble homebrew in one hand and a handshake in the other. ”I’m an illustrator,” he said. “And this is a beer I made. Let me know what you think!”
Please take a look around. If you click on the olive icon up there at the top, you’ll be taken to my doodle blog. There is even more stuff here. I hope you like what you see.
Originally designed as a tattoo, this work was created for dear friends to ease their suffering after a terrible tragedy.
Label for Undead Elixir, a porter made with cacao nibs. The ale yeast I used had to be brought back from the dead. Part of my Illustrated Brews series.
Interior illustration for “Litigation” magazine (ABA). It’s about lawyers helping the World Bank battle international fraud and corruption. I just wanted to draw dragons.
Invitation to my friend Julie’s wedding. The design was a nice marriage of a modern design and old school, letterpress printing. Featured on the UnderConsideration/FPO site. I need to polish my designer secret decoder ring now.
Label for my homebrew “The Slaughtered Hop.” It’s a harvest ale that uses fresh picked Cascade hops, rye and Belgian pale malts, and an English yeast. Very tasty. Part of my Illustrated Brews series.
Logo for BLUEBEARD! The Game.
LOST… in a good book.
New and improved label for my Laissez-Faire Ale.
New identity for the Evanston Homebrew Club.
Coloring page submission to a, well, coloring page contest of sorts through Doodlers Anonymous and Anorak Magazine. The theme was “Sports.” I look at every project as an opportunity to draw an octopus.
I did some conceptual drawings for a multimedia production of Sting’s “The Soul Cages” album. It did not come to fruition.