Jimi Hendrix stamp design commissioned by the United States Postal Service.
Not really, but it would be a great stamp!
Actually, I just did this one for fun.Number of Views :1462
Caricature image of Kenny, manager of Corky & Lenny’s Deli. One in a series of cari…
Ballast adjustment kit for wakeboard and ski boats. Added weight creates a bigger wake for bigger ju…
Jogging trail diagram for hotel guests. This project was commissioned by Magnolia Press in Longwood,…
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This design that I made for my friends at Morning Mist Resort features a Great Hornbill, a large fruit and meat eating bird indigenous to Southeast Asia, and commonly seen in the rain forest region of Khao Sok in Surat Thani, Thailand. The Khao Sok National Park is the largest National Park in Thailand with an amazing variety of natural beauty and outdoor activities. Morning Mist Resort is my personal favorite place to stay when I visit Khao Sok, and I visit often. The resort offers cozy, clean rooms, a swimming pool, and the restaurant serves some of the best tasting and well-presented Thai food that I’ve had anywhere in Thailand, along with a stunning view of the surrounding mountains. In fact, this illustration features the view of the majestic limestone cliffs from the resort’s restaurant.
A few interesting facts about the Great Hornbill’s nesting procedure: hornbills build nests in the hollow parts of living, standing trees. After the pregnant female goes into the tree, the access hole is then sealed with a plaster made up mainly of bird poop… her own, from the inside of the tree. She incubates her eggs and remains imprisoned in her nest until the chicks are semi-developed, all the while relying on the male to bring her food, passing it through a slit in the poop seal. When they hatch, the chicks are devoid of feathers. The female voids both her and the chick’s feces through the nest slit for about two weeks, at which point Mom breaks the seal and exits the tree. From then on she joins her mate in supplying food to the chicks, who have re-sealed the hole with their own poop.
You might agree, not many t-shirt designs can offer such interesting topics of conversation!
I am a professional illustrator and graphic designer, specializing in technical illustration, digital graphic design, apparel design, diagrams, charts and product illustration. If you would like to discuss a project, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will reply promptly.Number of Views :2904