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Hi there! I’m Drewprops - a creative consultant for feature films, television series, corporate clients, publishers & space pirates, and this is my online portfolio ;)

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Books, websites, hand drawn sketches, technical diagrams, animated videos, product labels, logos, vehicle graphics, magazine articles, speaking engagements, science fiction conventions, pubcrawls, t-shirts, animations, etc., etc. – let’s make neat stuff!

I can concentrate on one piece of your puzzle or I can help you put all the pieces together. I’m flexible, conscientious, and I like to think that I’m professional. I have a great network of talented colleagues and I like to please my clients, which means that I’ll let you know if I think I’m not the right person for your job and hopefully have recommendations for people you should consider. I hope that you’ll enjoy looking around the website. Thanks for stopping by!

Sample Projects

Drewprops.com Website Redesign

I’ve used the domain drewprops.com to host a personal blog for more than a decade, so when in 2012 I returned to doing film work and outside corporate assignments I concluded that it was time to transform the site into an online portfolio and shunt the blog to a subdomain (blog.drewprops.com). I began by studying the websites of designers that I’ve long admired and compiled a list of... See more...

The Mystery of Bunny’s Soft Mark

This is an article that I wrote for Oz Magazine, published by Gary and Tia Powell of Oz Publishing. Oz Magazine provided the artwork for this issue's layout. They say that “talent comes in all sizes”, but in a world where “talent” is a size double-E, anything is up for grabs. This article focused on a bit of unexpected... See more...

Glow-in-the-Dark Skeleton Pirate T-Shirt

Early in the summer of 2012 a courier delivered a letter from Captain Drew with a list of shirt design concepts for that year’s PiratePalooza™ Pubcrawl & Pubsing. The majority of them featured topless, large-breasted women with pouty lips in various states of undress but after a consultation with his corporate lawyers he abandoned that idea and declared that he wanted to go with a... See more...

Rolling Gorilla Cage

The opening sequence for the prequel Dumb & Dumberer introduced the characters Harry & Lloyd as they grew up. At one point the character of Lloyd (as a baby) is put into a circus-style rolling cage containing a gorilla. The show’s original Production Designer, Cecilia Montiel, had gone to Paramount’s library and done research for circus rolling stock and so I... See more...

Bread of Life

The prequel Dumb & Dumberer introduced the characters Harry & Lloyd as they attended high school for the first time in their lives. By the time we got around to shooting the lunchroom we needed a lot of graphics, and quickly. Since they’d never be featured closely I wanted to make them as dialed-out and off-course as the main characters. This poster intentionally conflates... See more...

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