Free “Make Way for Monarchs” Poster

April 25, 2014By PaulGraphic design, Posters, Recent projects

MONARCH BUTTERFLIES: they are identifiable by any school child. And they are common as robins and daisies, right? Not necessarily. Don’t take anything beautiful for granted. Scientists have documented a 90% decline in numbers of this iconic species since the mid-1990s. Part of this is because of over-use of herbicides on farms, yards, and roadsides … Read More

Make Way for Monarchs

March 13, 2014By PaulDrawing, Graphic design, News, Recent projects

  Color is pretty, but usability is even better. Even in this highly technological age of rich media, there is a place for the simplicity of pen and ink. I created this scratchboard-style illustration of a Monarch butterfly for the Make way for Monarchs campaign. There will be color versions in the future, but I … Read More

Tuzigoot Visitor’s Center exhibit

April 2, 2010By PaulGraphic design, News, Posters

Exhibit panel for the new Tuzigoot National Monument visitors Center. Last year I received a commission from the National Park Service to create an introduction panel to the new redesign of the Tuzigoot National Monument visitor’s center in northern Arizona. The exhibit panels may be in place by the end of this summer. The theme … Read More