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Hello. Welcome to my blog. This is where I post new projects and talk a little bit about my experiences with clients. If you are interested in any kind of commission please head over to the contact page.

Seal x wotto Doodle Ring

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Seal Jewelry based in Norway, let me run wild with one of their rings. Filling such a small space was challenging but super fun. Their rings are hand crafted and laser etched for precision. I really didn’t know if they could achieve the level of detail in the art but the final product came out amazing. Seal gave me a lot of creative freedom and I’m super appreciative of this opportunity. They also did a short interview which was also a great experience. You can read the interview here and purchase the ring here.

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The Doodle Watch

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What an incredible project. Through Instagram I was introduced to Time Engraver, a watch craftsman who makes one of a kind engraved watches and jewelry. Time Engraver took a Maurice LaCroix watch and hand engraved the entire thing with my doodles. The level of detail and painstaking work this took blows my mind. It is a one of a kind piece that was truly a labor of love. I am both flattered and humbled that Time Engraver wanted to embark on this project with my art. The final piece is nothing short of incredible. A truly unique piece. Click to see more photos of the incredible details. I doodled the hell out of every millimeter of this thing. An amazing opportunity and a truly amazing final product.

Design – @wotto76
Engraving – @timeengraver
Photography – @t_dani_photography
Watch – Maurice LaCriox

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Drop Clothing Collaboration

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Drop Clothing are a street wear brand hailing from the North of the UK. They reached out to do a collaboration. Their attitude and creative energy instantly drew me to work with them. I was given an open canvas and an opportunity to do some fun street wear related art. I created three key pieces of art that could be printed on different garments and accessories. Drop requested my signature doodle style in limited color. I created smooth vector lines and a logo lock up for the collection. The designs were printed on tees, sweaters, bags, hoodies and some limited edition shoes. The final product had some very nice detailing and they even printed a pizza style delivery box to send the items out to customers. Custom boxes, free buttons and a beautifully executed product made this collaboration really great. You can see the collection here.

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Strumace Collaboration

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This year I partnered with Strumace, a UK based mousepad manufacturer specializing in gaming mousepads. I was drawn to the large formats they sold and was intrigued by their offer to collaborate. They sent me a sample and I am typing this from a keyboard sitting on the pad. It is very high quality and the print is awesome. The detail and color is sharp so it’s a perfect platform for my doodles. I designed several designs and all are available for purchase here.

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Scone Ccllim, Korean Bakery Packaging.

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This commission has been one of my favorites this year. One because it was a fun subject matter – baked goods packaging doodle. Two because the internet and our global connectivity allows me to work with an independently ran bakery in Korea! The Korean bakery Scone Ccllim commissioned me to make a doodle for their packaged goods. The doodle includes their signature scones and other baked goodies. We were two people, both unable to speak the other persons language on the opposite sides of the globe. Using the Google translate app we were able to communicate just sufficiently enough to make this project happen! I love these times we live in. Such a fun project. Check out all the details, there are many!

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TextBook NYC Mural & Branding

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Textbook NYC is a new coffee shop brand based in Brooklyn. The wanted to paint their entire space and asked me to design the characters and doodles to fill it. They also needed a logo and packaging design for cups, paper wraps, bags etc. This project was a labor of love. The building was measured and the doodles had to fill every space. This was challenging because measurements are not always accurate. Once the muralist started we had to fill many areas as we went. Seeing this unfold and the reaction from the public was awesome. Probably one of my favorite projects to date, this is one I am very proud of. The owners were amazing to work with and allowed me a lot of creative freedom. If you live in Brooklyn go check it out. Special thanks to Anna-Grace Walton & Josiah McCloud, the muralists who did an incredible job of translating my art into this giant mural.

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