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New Illustrations

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“Looking Backward” 2014


Butter Elbow 3

Hey friends I just made the poster for the 2014 Chicago Butter Elbow Animation Festival. If you are a Chicagoan please check this out. Vicky Wei-Hsuan Yen curated a amazing line up this year!

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Gurley Tans

Printed from the heart, I just finished some branding for a California based beauty company. These photos show the illustration  from concept to completion.

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New Poster

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dias de las muertos

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soon to be screen print.

His Holy Relics

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Witch’s hat

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Deth Mask

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Witch’s hat/Tomb stone

Misty Mickey

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The Ghost

Here is the full series “The Ghost” Published December 15th 2013.  This is a project I began in 2012, and finalized in late 2013. Its a series of drawings that tell a narrative which describes the after life of a leviathan who has drifted onto sea. I drew much of the aesthetic for this piece from one my heroes William Hogarth. The series has been showcased in a few small publications: Polonium Magazine, Lumpen Comics, and 1007. I had never shown the collection of work in its entirety until I had a solo show at the Peanut Gallery Jan 5th 2014. At the show we sold the original artworks, a silkscreen/giclee print suite, and featured an animation “The Accident.”

 photo 1506046_620688821323049_1176125567_n_zps8ec9436e.jpg“Now that weve reached the cold, dead part of winter, it seems like as good a time as any for a trip to the Southwest. Or at least Humboldt Park, which is sort of west and not really south at all. Geographic quibbles aside, the neighborhood’s Peanut Gallery is worth a visit thanks to local graphic artist, animator, and printmaker Sean Hernandez, who explores his Southwestern roots in his latest exhibit, Ghost Town. In a selection of drawings and animations, he tells the story of Howlin Creek, a fictitious town surrounded by a vast desert and haunted by ghosts. The winding narrative draws its energy from the complicated relationship between the body and mind. Check out some of Sean’s Wax Wing prints for a glimpse of what you’re in for. (Peanut Gallery, 1000 N. California Ave. Opening reception is Sunday, January 5, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The exhibit closes on February 2. Free admission.)”  (FROM GROUPON)

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