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Posted on April 25 2020
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Posted on September 04 2015
Everyone keeps asking me for the size they received on MLB.com and at FanFest. How do I get the 11x17 print? Well it's about time that I uploaded them all to my website and to celebrate, all the labor it took to get them uploaded, I wanted to finally make them for sale to you!
Posted on July 20 2015
So I'm back from Cincinnati and I'm tired! This was my second FanFest with the MLB and I forgot what a surreal experience it is! Cincinnati is a baseball town, and there were fans everywhere! Before I recap some of the nuttiness, I have to thank everyone that came to my booth to see my artwork. Regardless if you bought art, or just came to see the display, I'm thankful that you took the time to see me. I'll never stop being grateful to you!
Posted on June 19 2015
It's the traditional baseball scene - a father playing catch with his son. I'm not a father, but even I've imagined it.
So how does a father share the sport they love so much with a daughter that he loves more than anything? For fathers that are baseball fans, it's significantly more difficult to bond when you have a little girl.
Posted on June 13 2015
The Houston Astros have a new Minimalist design for their ballpark! It's of course the Minute Maid Train that crawls along the tracks above the left field wall. Rather then googling pictures of the train, I decided to let Nelson Cruz use his bat to show you where the train is!
Posted on May 25 2015
May people often asked me to describe my art, but I am not a man of words, so I always struggle to express myself verbally or in written form. It's not surprising. I'm an artist! It's much easier for me to illustrate and draw my feelings then express them with words. So in my constant endeavor to connect art with sports, I've asked several of my fans to express their passion for baseball and will illustrate their love for the game... hence the name.
Posted on May 11 2015
The next set of minimalist ballpark watches is due to launch and we need your help choosing which designs to release! Vote now and choose which ballpark will be produce in the next release batch. Choose one or all of them, but we will only pick four.
Posted on March 27 2015
I don't often get a chance to see how people react to my artwork. I get lots of tweets and emails that they love my art, but I rarely get to see it first hand. So earlier this week, Dani msged me on Instagram and asked me to create a ballpark princess piece of Princess Dodgers Tiana for her co-worker Bree as a birthday present. As you know, I do not do commissions, but this request was too good to pass up!
Posted on March 24 2015
Field of Dreams is one of the greatest baseball movies, period. A friend once told me that everything in life can be explained in baseball and this move encapsulates that ideal. Couple years ago, my father passed away. I wasn't an artist back then, and I never drew or sketch a thing since I was a teenager. So, I can safely say he has never seen any artwork I've ever created.
Posted on February 17 2015
A couple years ago, I decided that I needed a change. It's not that I didn't garner accolades as a graphic designer and web specialist, but I had that feeling that we all get when we're stuck in a rut. So in 2012 I made a bold decision and decided to uproot myself from Vancouver and move to a different country with nothing but a desire for a new path in life.
Posted on January 12 2015
Right from the beginning, I knew that if I wanted to create sports art, I would need to get myself up to speed on intellectual property and trademark infringement. I've always taken a 'strategically naive" approach and fearlessly created my designs. I've always tried to approach the leagues and teams in a professional, objective manner and, I've been able to navigate through these muddy waters relatively successfully.
Posted on December 13 2014
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Posted on August 18 2014
It's been over a month, yes it has! It is hard to capture all the emotions I've felt for those 5 days in Minneapolis, but the best way is to spurt out, "Thank you!!!". Though I'm not a new kid on the block when it comes to graphic design, it's only been a couple months since I really started labelling myself as an 'artist'.
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Posted on November 15 2013
An illustration I've been working on at the side of my desk for a couple weeks. I've been enjoying using traditional art using pencil, paper and black ink. It's a little refreshing. As a newly located OCer, I spend a fair amount of time at the beach, and I'm surrounded with surfers all year long. I plan on doing more surfer girls drawing in the future.