I put together a new print that will be available in the shop soon. These prints list the surf spots I've come to surf since living in the Outer Cape. The names of these beaches have changed over time, the older generation having their names along with today's new names. The art comes from photos of waves that have been textured to create a hurricane looking swirl. The type was chosen to show that same dichotomy between old and new. Hurricane swells pop-up in the fall, which bring in some of the better waves on hand here, which is why I chose to use this harvest orange color. Looking to harvest some more waves soon, know what I mean...
Prints are 18x24, Edition of 50. Single color on 100lb. French Construction White
Spent March setting up the new studio here in Cape Cod. I live in a very small town called Eastham, which is the gateway to the National Seashore. My studio is located just a mile from my house. I'm looking forward to setting up shop here and working with some new folks.
Earlier this year I was brought on to design assets for Majestic's "My Team, My Color" campaign. Assets were designed for print, web, and packaging.
We've been working with Nunum Wines out of Mendoza Argentina for the last 6 months. Nunum produces a variety of wines from the Uco Valley where they partner with The Vines of Mendoza. We've been producing label design for their 2013, 2014, and 2015 varietals. These wines will be released soon! We'll be continuing to work with Nunum on their web presence, social media, and other branding needs throughout 2017. More coming soon!
I've pent the last 6 months surfing the National Seashore. The only month I haven't surfed yet in April and that's right around the corner. Pretty dang lucky to get to surf here consistently. This Fall was a pleasant welcome back with plenty of surf on hand. All photos Eddie Devereaux.
Been setting up the new office here. Getting the mood dialed in. Going to be a fun place to come and put in some work.