I'm a freelance illustrator and graphic designer living and working in the Boston area. Currently I'm busy creating the design company, dobot and working on a comic book.



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Issue #3 of The Cartoon Guidebook to Absolute Failure by Erik Craddock and I is now available from SLG Publishing on Comixology. Check it out for some zany over the top fun! 

For more details, check out: http://erikcraddock.com/books/cartoon-guidebook-to-absolute-failure/issue-three/

To buy the issue go to: http://www.comixology.com/Cartoon-Guidebook-to-Absolute-Failure-3/digital-comic/48875

This is the second of two pieces I did for “The End” themed show at the Pony Club Gallery in Portland, OR - http://www.ponyclubpdx.com/. The show will be in December, but you can get a copy of the print now until whenever -  http://society6.com/aerodynamicmountains/The-End-Part-2-LD2_Print

Save $5 off each print you order from my store, now through Nov 11th! Just use this link -

Months ago I had begun working on a short 12 page comic with my friend and writer Austin Wilson (austinRwilson.tumblr.com) for an anthology piece inspired by “Metal”. That project ended up falling through along with the already illustrated pages. I wasn’t sure what was going to come of the project, so I had not touched the pages since. Recently however, I’ve decided to finish the comic and have begun adding color. I plan to sell it as a mini and use it as a fun promotional piece for various cons. Here is a preview from a full colored page in the story. 



I was honored to have made a pin-up piece for the upcoming run of Image comics’ Luther Strode series by the great team of Tradd Moore and Justin Jordan. This is a new character,  thus I decided to stay relatively true to her design for now at least. I can safely say the book is looking phenomenal! Definitely keep an eye out if you’re interested in great art and a great story! 


I am contributing two original pieces for a gallery show coming up in December that is entirely devoted to the concept of “The End”. We were welcome to do anything revolving around the concept, including the positive aspects, such as the end of war, the end of a bad relationship, or the end of a journey. But of course, as things go, I decided to once again go the darker route and chose to show an anguished end - a girl whose decided to commit suicide on her wedding night. I thought the idea behind despair is always more interesting and illusive than a joyful conclusion, which usually has a very clear message. This image allows for reflection on ones self. I didn’t necessarily want to go the end of the world route, since that is so overdone at this point, thought in a literal sense, this kind of outcome is technically “The End” since it ultimately eliminated her life, which is the only world she knows. And ultimately, the end of the world comes with ones own death. 


PS: I included the black and white line drawing as well since I thought it was interesting and would give an insight to my stages when working.

My contribution to Brand New Nostalgia this week - the theme was “Apocalyptic Bikers”. Check out the other great artists and work at http://brandnewnostalgia.com/

Prints available here; http://society6.com/aerodynamicmountains/Apocalyptic-Biker_Print#

A sushi piece that I made as a guest artist for the blog http://dailysushi.tumblr.com. There’s some great work there by some very talented folks; go check it out!

Another poster design that I did for fun in order to promote my and Steve Trevathan’s company, Dobot. I wanted to use a well known vintage property that is universally loved in order to create something with my modern illustration style, and what better than the classic movie, “King Kong”. This also arose the possibility of adding info-graphic like biplanes to the scene that could also lend to inform the viewer a little bit about the company itself. The colors I chose our slightly skewed versions of my typically palette. I wanted to keep them muted and more on the yellow tinted side of the spectrum, which I think lends well to the classic subject matter and feel that I love so much. Hope you enjoy!



In both preparation and promotion for our ( Steve Trevathan and I ) recently established company, “dobot”, we created this poster design that will be distributed as well as sold in our online store, once it’s set up. It also works as a precursor for what is to come from the company. That being said, we are a design company that works to create the best product possible for people and company who are looking to progress, innovate, or in some way improve/contribute to the world. This image represents the closest thing we have to a mascot; a giant robot character we created aptly named, dobot. In a story we’ve conceived (and will ultimately present to the world via animated storybook series on our site) he is a robot who lands on earth and seems to have been programmed to do one simple task; improve the design of everything in order to make it as efficient as possible - a gross exaggeration of our company’s motto. It’s going to be a ton of fun to create and we think that it will be great for our creative juices and personalities to shine through.


A tribute piece I did inspired my the amazing Madman work by the great Mike Allred. -L

Since Prometheus will be landing tomorrow, I thought I might re-post my Prometheus piece I did a while back when the trailer was first announced. And yes, I’m excited.


A little character design I did last night in order to take a break. I wanted to make something cute and childish, which meant illustrating a hedgehog named “Hedgy”, holding a button and wearing a thimble. Let the cute ensue.


In preparation for the upcoming Heroes Con, I made this pin-up-esque/comic cover piece. I had asked around for various suggestions of characters people would like to see me tackle, and I really loved the idea of Batwoman since I’ve been a huge fan of the recent series and of J.H.Williams III’s art, which is just amazing. However, my take is more of the Bruce Timm and Darwyn Cooke style of character, who is a bit more abstracted. I’ve decided to include the black and white version as well since I used it to check my values throughout the process, and really fell in love with the more noire-like tone it presented. That being said, enjoy and I hope to see you at Heroes Con this upcoming June!


My friend, Steven Trevathan, and I have begun a design partnership/company called “dobot”. We are looking to design for companies that are looking to do good in the world that is based around progression and morality. The site will soon be launching, but in the meantime I’ve been developing some designs and promotional work for dobot, such as these robotic fruits, which I hope to use on t-shirts, buttons, stickers, etc. We will also be using the site as a platform to use our illustrative and design skills for storytelling, beginning with the tale of dobot (a giant robot from space). Stay tuned! We are both very excited for this project.


Hey everyone!

Here is a preview of the first 8 pages of my upcoming comic “Re-pro-duct”, written by my friend Austin Wilson and published by wonderful people at 215Ink! It’s going to run as a 6 issue mini-series, and you can download our first issue for FREE from the 215Ink App found for the iPad in the iTunes store! ( http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/215-ink/id449585609?mt=8 ) The printed edition of the first issue will be available soon and I will be selling and signing copies at the upcoming Heroes Con in North Carolina! So, please show your support by downloading the first issue and letting us know what you think! And if you really love it, please let us know and we will be sure to get you a copy as soon as we can, or get one from me in person at NC, signed! I hope you enjoy it! Also, if you’d like to keep posted on my recent pages for issue two, I will be tweeting updates as it comes along @LoganFaerber on Twitter.

Secondly, I apologize for my lack of recent posting, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been working hard. Over the past month or so I’ve been developing three comics, an e-book, a painting, and working on my start-up design company, “Dobot” (pronounced do-bot). There will be much more to come very soon regarding all of these projects.

You can see more of our publisher’s fantastic line-up at www.215ink.com

Thanks again for all your love and support! Keep creating!


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