Here’s something different. These marks are for the yet to published novel, The Wyldes of Portlandia. It’s a supernatural western, in case you couldn’t tell. There are cowboys and zombies and such. Fun stuff. Hmmm…does the fact that zombies like to gnaw on human flesh qualify this as food-related? Maybe not.
These pages were designed a book that sadly never reached publication. Apparently, there’s not a significant market for a book exclusively about making classic sandwiches from scratch. Right…and how many sandwiches do humans eat each year? 50 billion? Yes, I can see why no one would buy such a book.
St. Martin’s Press, 2010
For the redesign of the cover for Fish on a First-Name Basis, we tried a “tabloid” approach, looking to mimic what you might see in a grocery store checkout aisle. Fun, but informative…and perhaps a little silly. Perhaps a lot.
Terry Smith Creations, 2009
A very special book designed to showcase the transformation of a 1965 Ford Mustang into a modern classic. Filled with artwork, family photos, Hot Wheels and other memorabilia, this was a fun book to design and put together. The car is pretty awesome, too.
St. Martin’s Press, 2006
In additions to illustrations, we also designed and created the layouts for Fish on a First-Name Basis. The 250 page book featured twenty chapters, dozens of fish and shellfish, and hundreds of fishy facts, photos, and recipes.