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“His name is etched in the grand fonts of the record books, but his game is still like florescent graffiti…” Rowan Ricardo Phillips. Read the rest of Rowan’s lyrical ode to the little Argentine playmaker on the Howler blog here

I visited Barcelona a few years and Gaud√≠”s architecture made a huge impression on me. Celebrating Messi’s time in Barcelona seemed like a great time to throw some of that in.


A short animation commemorating Landon Donovan’s record breaking 135th MLS goal for Howler Magazine¬†.


Pleased to say that I’m going to be producing a weekly visual for Howler Magazine’s various print and web offereings. Howler is a new soccer magazine that is putting out one of the most beautiful print editions around with a focus on unusual longform stories about the beautiful game. As a lifelong fan it ‘s a dream job to be able to work on something soccer related each week. Check back for more!

Balding french badasses


I rarely mention it here but i’m a pretty obsessive soccer fan. I wanted to do some practice on portraits last week and decided to draw a couple of my favorite players. Cantona and Zidane (who my dog Zizou is named after, not the life aquatic). Both are balding french badasses.