I started playing with Medium this past week. I've read a lot of articles there in the past few months, and an internal project we are building at ArtsDigital.co(my studio) has me checking out some different writing functionality. I was interested in theirs.Read More
Been looking at a lot of zine galleries online this week. I've started working on a couple myself. I'll most likely will release them digitally first.
Here's a page from the first one.Read More
Found this really great skate zine archive/gallery. All handmade/photocopied zines like your older brother had. These zines were largely how the backyard ramp scene spreadRead More
Don't Fall Apart
So I submitted a graphic I had kicking around to CottonBureau.com and they went for it. I actually had several versions with dismembered body parts, but the above image seemed the most likely to get the thumbs up (see what I did there?) from...Read More
Off and on over the past couple years I've been making drawings involving draped or folded cloth. Usually the cloth appears to cover or contain an object, but the object is either missing or completely hidden.
Read more after the jump.Read More
New Skatepark coming to Eugene
As a fan of skateboarding and someone who has been skating off and on since the mid-80's, I am so stoked for this thing to be finished. It will open this spring, and make skating in our rainy town possible year round.
It's being built by Dreamland Skateparks. See more pics after the jump-->Read More
First things First
If you've been here before you may have noticed the domain change. Don't panic. I've redirected my personal domain at courtneystubbert.com back to this site. The old domain, punchgraphicdesign.com still points here for the time being...Read More
I've found a stack of t-shirts I made with my art-school-homie-and-artist Spencer Reynolds. The Boom Box graphic was a collaborative game of layer tennis between the both of us. I've only got a few left so get on it and grab one.Read More
One Day You Wake Up and Everything Changes
As of September 1st, I left my job of 6 years at Copic Marker, USA / Imagination International, Inc. Things had run their course, restructuring was happening, and ultimately I wasn't able to do design on my terms.
Up until the summer of 2013, it had been a great place to work, and I learned so much from my time there. I don't regret it at all. I began as the lone staff designer, and worked my way into a Creative Director position with a programmer and two designers working for me by the time I left.Read More