Generalist Cleveland based illustrator ready to fulfill your needs. An entire Watercolor site and an entire Ballpark site.
Gouache paintings for the most part. Some digital.
Gouache illustration of Ray Chapman of the Cleveland Indians.
Gouache and pastel illustration of Stan Covaleski of the Cleveland Indians.
Gouache illustration of Louis Sockelaxis. The American Indian purportedly responsible for the name of the Cleveland Indians.
Gouache illustration of Lou Gehrig.
Gouache illustration of League Park in the year 1920.
Illustrations for magazine covers, articles, ad campaigns and book covers.
Cover design and illustration for Van Reid's "American Zig-Zag" Volume One.
The latest installment of Van Reid's celebrated Moosepath League series. The design follows one set by the previous publisher of the books.
Cover design and illustration for Van Reid's "American Zig-Zag" Volume Two.
Making a pitch to a client and need visuals to support your concept? This is my bread and butter. A concept visual is worth every penny! Mobile marketing activations are also my specialty.
Created for the Cleveland Clinic following a style created by an out of town branding agency.
The inherent spontaneity of watercolors is the antidote to creating art on computers all day long. Nothing makes me happier than creating watercolors of Cleveland, OH.Much more can be seen at suntalawatercolors.com
Toy package art created mostly for Little Tikes.
Artwork created with type elements and logo design.
Cartoon maps are a great way to bring whimsy while keeping the viewer informed.
A Cartoon Map of the Ohio Turnpike
Here are examples of flatter and more graphic styles of art.
These are vector illustrations!
Ballparks galore!Over the years I've created more than 66 renderings of ballparks from yesterday and today. Posters and prints are available at the following sites:
Various styles of cartoon art. The styles can be endless.
Storyboards created for your pitch, whether it's for a short video or a commercial.
This scratchboard art is all created on the computer these days.
Artwork that doesn't fit any other category.
All of the technical art shown here is created in vector format.