I was asked by AD Liz Brown at The Sunday, to paint Zappos CEO, Tony Hsieh for the cover. I’m really happy with the way it turned out. It felt good to be a little more loose and playful, and let the color do the talking. See the full portrait here
I also work as a storyboard artist for various clients in the advertising realm. This was a project for Funnelbox Productions for the new Adidas “Gear Case”, that was just released. It’s always such a rad experience to see your drawings end up in the 3rd dimension and on the tv screen. So happy with the way this turned out. Big thanks to director Slater Dixon. Click here to see my storyboarding portfolio.
I was recently commissioned by Happy Lucky PDX to paint something for a few new ADIDAS locations that opened up around the country. My brief was loose and open, but was asked to keep New Orleans in mind, with a subtle graphic nod to ADIDAS. I chose the Louisiana Alligator Skull. I had a ton of fun working on this piece, and hope to see it next time I’m in NOLA. Get a better look at the skull here.
Portland band “Thanks” are kickstarting for their first full length album. These are beautiful people and an even more beautiful band. I’ll be helping with some album art and video installation with Pizza Friday Let’s get this album finished and send em off to Europe. Thanks, really….thanks….no thank you.
Ride On PDX, a skateboard art show that benefited children’s art workshops. Held in Portland on June 29th. Pictured above was my submission for auction, a portrait of the real Dr. Patch Adams. Take a look at some of the other rad boards that were in the show, from great artists all over the country.
One Grand Gallery presents Jordan Domont: The Years
A look into the artist’s process and closing reception, February 2013.
From the press release: One Grand Gallery presents The Years, the latest series by local illustrator Jordan Domont. Using the Chinese zodiac as inspiration, Domont employs his signature technique of chance and patience in layering vibrant hues of translucent inks on Mylar to form striking portraits of each symbolic animal within the 12-year cycle. In palettes and gestures that suggest energy and celebration, the collection evokes a contemporary take on the ephemeral while remaining tied to process, technique and tradition.
One Grand Gallery, founded in 2012, is a contemporary art and design gallery, a publisher, a producer of art objects and an agent of creative instigation.