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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This is a group of selected sketches that I’ve done over the past few weeks. I’ve tried to keep fresh ideas flowing by drawing in my sketchbook as consistently as I can - hopefully several times a week. None of these are for a specific project and were just used as fun warm-up sketches. I hope you all enjoy them! I’ll have a new batch to come as soon as I can. 

Also, I’ve recently got my personal website redesigned and reposted, so please check it out here - www.loganfaerber.com - and if you’re interested in more sketches like the one’s I’ve posted here, please follow me on twitter @loganfaerber

Thanks everyone! - Logan

This piece was my contribution to the art collective Brand New Nostalgia this week, whose theme was “Psychobilly Culture”. I initially began a piece that was much different than this and was more focused around the idea of gambling, but it shifted during the process to this concept. Based on feedback, I would like to have this available as a print at cons, so please let me know if this is something you’d be interested in. Enjoy!

You can also get prints of it here, http://society6.com/aerodynamicmountains/Psychobilly-IzG_Print including t-shirts and iPhone cases.

A 9x12 acrylic painting of George Takei from Star Trek that I created for the website GeeksOUT’s “Takei Back the Night” fundraising event. I really love getting the chance to work with traditional mediums when I can, now that so much of it is done digitally. -L

Here’s another group of three images for the series of stock illustrations I’ve been working on.

Sample from the next 6 pieces in my stock illustration series. I’ll be posting the set once I’m done with them all, just like the first batch. Stay tuned!

So, I’ve been asked quite a few times about if I were going to make a children’s book, or would consider it; the answer is yes. I’ve actually been writing ideas for several children’s book stories, three of which I hope to develop into fully published products. The one I’ve decided to start with is “Mr. Ami’s Postal Service”, which was an idea that I had created back in my senior year of college. It was a dedication piece to my father since he had always dreamed of flying, but never got the chance to see it come true. The closest he ever got was commercial flights and roller-coasters. This story was made to help form a strong bond between parent(s) and child(ren). I had posted a few images before of this concept and a few initial pages (I do have the whole storyboard/manuscript done though) but since my style has changed, I’ve decided to take it from the top and make the strongest 40 page children’s book I can so I can proudly help children and keep adults’ imaginations alive. Enjoy this preview!

-L

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