Here's some stuff in my wheel house:

Design

Design

Logos
Posters
Albums
T-shirts
Book Covers
Labels

Hand Lettering

Hand Lettering

Hand Painted Signs
Brush Lettering
Calligraphy
Custom Type For All Occasions

Painting

Painting

Fine Art
Gallery/Personal Work
Oil & Acrylic

Drawing & Illustration

Drawing & Illustration

Print Publication
Screen Printed Posters
Album Art Work
Book Covers
T-shirts Etc.

Some of My Work

What is Black Rabbit

Black Rabbit Studio was created in 2011. I had been making and showing artwork in New York and around the country since 2001. After traveling around with my wife and finding all sorts of inspiration in old ghost signs, typographical ephemera and the aesthetic of the raw American landscape we decided to begin making work that reflected that sense of handmade lettering as well as the illustrative character we had come across out there on the highways that carried us to the far flung corners of the nation. One of the places we came across out in the desert of Arizona was an old trading post on Route 66 that had this really cool hand painted billboard with a giant jack rabbit on it. That image of a black rabbit stayed with me and seemed to exemplify the spirit of America that I love and try to embody in all of my work. Wether for lettering, illustration, design or fine art I mean to capture a well crafted and beautiful idea while maintaining the sense of humanity. Creating art that looks like it was made with my hands, always learning more and striving for greater and greater craftsmanship keeps me in pursuit of new ways to interpret ideas and forge new ground.

Latest News

Here is a smattering of Recent work and things that interest me

So I kept going back and forth as to weather or not I wanted to cut my hair. Today I had it cut. I’m not gonna lie I like it. I look good. But I did waiver just before I walked in. ….Back in college I wore my hair in two long trenzas that went down my back. Really had an impact on connecting with my indigenous roots/identity and spirituality which I am constantly grappling with. I had been reconnecting and learning so much about my own history that has been systematically erased from contemporary knowledge of the creation of the United States. At that time I decided to grow out my hair as an act of rebellion, to in a small way say we are still here. We can not be destroyed(even though I was a punk rocker)Then I’d go home for summer and braid my hair in the back yard of my parents house, or my sister would braid my hair on the porch of her house and it was a nice feeling to have a bad ass tight trenza. It’s been many years since then and I like how my hair looks both short and long. Perhaps my connection to culture and spirituality lay more in the way I walk my path in the world. The grand mystery of it all is miraculous and we wade in it everyday. My hair was a reminder that Espírito Santo, Art, science, math, stories and the grand dark mystery of life all walk entwined in one another like brothers and sisters. It’s all the same miracle and yeah I cut my hair but I still feel connected, I still feel a sense of awe at this world. It’s tragic and beautiful and full of struggle and joy and every bit of it is another strand in the big woven serape of many colors that will tuck us all in to the great goodnight at the end. …I gotta ramble on sometimes cause my brain is going a billion miles an hour. It’s just a hair cut but it got me thinking. #antesydespues #beforeandafter #hair #pmaeveryday #backinthestudio @thegoodguysbarbershop