Out of high school I worked as an artist for many bands in the New York City music scene. I also printed and sold t-shirts with Darren Greene for Spin Doctors. After moving to Colorado in 1992 I continued working as an artist and opened a T-Shirt printing business. I shut my doors in 1998 after getting pretty burnt out on doing art professionally. Now I do my art when the moment or mood strikes me. I thought I’d share some selections with you. It was a very fun time of my life. I hope you like what you see.
My 2nd Pro Piece. 1st Piece for Spin Doctors
The Famous CB-GBs in NYC
The 1st Step Towards Platinum
This Was A Really Fun Show
A Collaboration with Darren Greene
Another Fritz Sperry & Darren Greene Collaboration
Backstage Pass Artwork
A T-Shirt Collaboration by Darren and Myself. Most Likely Printed in My Living Room
Album Cover For John “Black Dog” Ridnell
Another Great NYC Band.
A collaboration with Tim Vega. Happy New Years Blues Spin Travelling Doctors
Tour Poster From 1991 with Open Area For Venue Insert
The Back Outside Cover of a Radio Industry Magazine. Gotta Get Airtime
I actually used Spray Paint with Airbrush Techniques for This and the Authority Posters
Gotta Love the Funky Meters
Living in Breckenridge Now
One of 4 Shirts for The Breckenridge Brewery
Logo For the Dude of Life Solo(Phish) Album “Crimes of the Mind”
Printed White on Black so the End Image was a Negative of This
Still holding up after 17 years.
Such a Great Place During Fairplay’s Solid Snowboards Years
A great place to relax
A Nice Sticker Design
A Painting For My Son and Remembering Timothy Vega
I’ve Been Thinking About Those That Have Passed a lot Lately. You Are Missed Mr. Vega.
For Tom Gruber’s great website OTRTC
The start of a skiing series. One half pen, ink marker and spray. Other half acrylic. Journey to reality.
“Ascension” from a memorial ski for Jesse Peterson. We miss you buddy.
The cover art of my first book “Makingturns in the Tenmile-Mosquito Range”