Category Archives: Bear Culture

A sub-section of gay culture, specifically targeting hairy larger men with facial hair known as “bears” and their admirers.

Valentine’s Day has come and gone, and this was the first one that left me a little bitter. Do not worry; it was for other not-so-obvious personal reasons. I’m quite happily single and in the ongoing process of building a decent relationship with myself. Something many of us ignore. Shuffling through an ocean of Facebook […]

This adrenaline pumped design is part of the FURociTEE sports collection and is ideal as a gym t-shirt or an motivational poster to give you that extra push! It comes in a variation of 3 colors, red on black, black on red and the original look I was going for, purple on gold. Please feel […]

I may be anything but a gym-rat. I may eat healthily, go for long walks on a regular basis, but I cannot get myself into a gym more than 5 times a year. Never the less, the motivational designs on gym-wear has always fascinated me. The kind of quotes that inspire you to better yourself […]

I started working on this design before I had even dreamed of FURociTEE and working on an entire collection of bear themed illustrations. The tagline of “strong, sweet and slightly nutty” had popped up in a hilarious conversation with a friend over Facebook and we determine that it would make for a good design, still […]

During another beautiful vacation in the picturesque beach town of Sitges in Spain, I have had the pleasure to meet Ignacio and Alvaro in person after many conversations online through both Facebook and Instagram. They have both been very supportive, offering great advice with regards to work and other personal matters, cheering me on forward. […]

My most recent Woof City commission portrays Nard McQuade. Out of all the characters in the series that I have worked on thus far, Mr McQuade was the only one I knew nothing about and wasn’t given any details as to how his character should translate in the poster. Yet the lack of information engulfed […]

Ru Paul’s Drag Race has become a new TV obsession of mine. And after binge watching 7 seasons in just a few weeks, I was both taken by surprise and extremely flattered to be asked to draw season 5 contestant Coco Montrese as part of the Woof City project. For this portrait I took inspiration […]

After posting George Unda’s Woof City portrait, “United Bears of Color” representative Fred James Briers approached me to create a set of illustrations for their upcoming event. He enjoyed the concept of my previous portrait so much that he even asked if they could use the name “Woof City” for the event, giving it an […]

In the past few months I have had the pleasure of getting to know George Unda through many interesting conversations over Facebook, and what started out as a star struck fascination has quickly turned into a lovely friendship. During one of our many conversations I learned that we shared a favorite movie in common, so I […]

On October of 2014, my friends Shawn and Rick Fowler were finally allowed to fulfill their wish and be united as a family. The love between these two wonderful people is one for books and movies. It genuinely fills my heart with so much joy knowing that in this day and age the world is […]