Another design I did while at J!NX for Overwatch! This is the Overwatch Concealed Wallet. Black faux leather with a debossed logo on the bottom panel, and a custom logo plaque on the front. Quilting[…]
One of my all-time favorite designs I was lucky enough to create during my time at J!NX for Overwatch! Here is the Sombra snapback – available at www.jinx.com
Sock design for Overwatch!
Here are some fun pieces I designed in collaboration with other J!NX artists! Check it out here Wallet artwork created by Jesse Sanz @atomicrocket Mug Artwork created by Clay Graham @ClayGrahamArt
Some hat designs for World of Warcraft factions! Horde and Alliance. Product shots are from www.jinx.com
Here are 2 snapbacks and a beanie, designed for Rocket League (Psyonix)
Here is another hat design for Overwatch! So stoked with the way this one turned out. Product shots are from www.jinx.com
Here is a youth fit snapback with Redstone artwork from the game Minecraft!
Here’s a tote bag design for Metal Mulisha Jrs Holiday 2015 – it never made it into the final line, but it was a rad project! Artwork by 624Monster
A Holiday 2015 style. This wallet went through a few iterations before the design was finalized! Here are the beginning tech pages:
A whole bunch of Overwatch designs I did while at J!NX went live on the web today! Here are some product shots pulled from the Jinx website:
I got to hang out with the Jinx brand team in Little Italy and take some cool shots for their Holiday 2017 line. Their new women’s apparel is super rad!! You can check it all[…]
Here are some bag designs. I wanted to play with different faux leather textures and silhouettes.
A few pieces I’ve made from scratch… ‡ All the leather I use is 100% recycled, meaning it was purchased as a ‘remnant’ piece or ‘scrap’[…]
Here is a 2-toned, super soft slouch-fit, knit beanie I designed for Halo Wars 2!
Overwatch is an epic game, so I wanted to design a piece that Overwatch players could wear and feel like they had something unique but highly recognizable.
I love designing hats, especially when unique fabrics are involved. Here is a style I designed for Halo, from tech sheet to finished product!
Black on black designs are my favorites. I especially love playing with texture and dimension. Here’s an Overwatch snapback I designed for one of our license partners, Blizzard, during my time at J!NX.
Here is a tech page for a Men’s backpack I designed at Metal Mulisha. The Camo fabric was REALTREE XTRA fabric
I design for fun sometimes. Here is a collection I put together for Holiday 2016. I envisioned using stretch lace, stretch velvet, and rayon jersey knits.
Here is the complete Fall 2015 Accessories and Footwear Line that I designed for Metal Mulisha. I worked very closely with the graphic artists and technical design teams to make some killer awesome product.
Here’s a Men’s plaid woven shirt design that I decided to create one day.
Designs for Jr’s Fall and Holiday 2016. Only one of these was done for Metal Mulisha; the rest are of my own personal design.
Here’s a full tech pack generated in PLM for a Jr’s Raglan top!
Here is a full page showing images of a tech pack (specs not included here)
Here’s a tech page for a Men’s duffle bag I designed for MM!
Here is a hat I designed for Metal Mulisha and developed with New Era!
Here is one of my favorite bag designs! Black Faux leather with contrast red interior lining, chain zipper pulls, and stud trim detail, with a custom logo plaque on the front.
These were a design for Metal Mulisha Jr’s Spring 2016! EVA sandals with a tonal print on the footbed, a contrast EVA outsole, and braided detail on the upper.
Here are merch pages showing the Men’s hats I designed for Metal Mulisha Mens Holiday 2015 line!
Here’s a tech page for a 59Fifty style hat I designed for Metal Mulisha with New Era !
Here are some pumps I designed for MM! Classic MM feel to them 🖤
This high heel was a collaboration between one of the amazing Metal Mulisha artists and myself! She drew this skull, and I decided that it needed to be put on a pair of high heels.[…]
Here are some faux suede boots, with a hot pink quilted back detail, and a printed design on the front. There is also a small satin heart patch embroidered down, and little black rhinestones scattered[…]
These were designs for Metal Mulisha Jr’s Summer 2015; among the sea of Bohemian-style footwear and sea-gyspsy inspired looks that were trending, I took on-trend elements and changed them up to make something of our own. […]
Here is a boy’s short sleeve tee that features a custom yarn-dyed striped fabric, and a small logo embroidery. This design was based off of a Men’s style.
Here are some EVA Men’s flip flops with a custom camo-filled logo on the footbed.
Here are some simple Men’s slide sandals, with a printed graphic on the upper, mesh panel details, and a textured footbed with the logo printed at the heels.
Here is a tech page for a Men’s short sleeve woven shirt, with a custom yarn-dyed plaid pattern.
Some killer, 80’s glam metal-inspired high heels for Metal Mulisha Jr’s! These are my favorites of all the footwear I designed during my time there, and I would love to design more footwear like this[…]
Here is a tech page for some Boy’s walkshorts. Made from worker twill fabric, they feature a screen print on the pocket facing, and an embroidery on the wearer’s left leg opening.
Here are some Boy’s boardshorts with a custom sublimation print, and an awesome little rubber label at the top closure! These were inspired from a Men’s design, and re-worked to be a boys’ design.
These sandals were designed for Metal Mulisha Men’s Spring 2014. One of the awesome MM artists drew this really great piece, and I loved it and decided to use the art for these sandals. After[…]
These sandals! Another Metal Mulisha Spring 2014 design. The artwork was created by artist Mike Strachan for a completely different project, and I used pieces of this art for these sandals.
I created these CADs during my short time at ASICS. The Product team needed vector illustrations of some knee pads that were already being sampled, so I went ahead and created these for their presentations.[…]