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Red Brick Beer Label Bonanza


I had the wonderful opportunity to work with Red Brick Brewing company and the Creative Mischief team from Atlanta GA The idea was to create a psychedelic and enticing label for the Belgium Witbier Hibiscuwit, which combines hibiscus flower, cinnamon, and orange peel in a silky, tart, mellow brew that is easy to drink with surprising complexity.

Available now in limited release at your local tap-houses that carry Red Brick Brewery with a seasonal bottle release coming this February 2015. If your in the mood for an end-of-summer beer, then give this a try and you’ll know you will find it.

External Link: Red Brick Beer Label Bonanza

Editorial Illustration for All You Magazine


All you Magazine asked me to create a series of illustrations for their September issue. It was an article about how to avoid the common traps that a supermarket has in it to get you to buy more. I created a full page illustration for the intro, a spread and several smaller icons of traps that the article was calling out. It was such a fun job drawing what I love most…food!

External Link: Editorial Illustration for All You Magazine

Lamplight prints & posters


Prints and posters of a simplified silhouette artwork inspired by a single line from the novel The Man Who Was Thursday, by G.K. Chesterton.

“All the same,” replied Syme patiently, “just at present you only see the tree by the light of the lamp. I wonder when you would ever see the lamp by the light of the tree.”

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Self Promotion Workshop with Charles Hively of 3×3 Magazine



You’ll be hearing from the art director’s side of how to develop promotions that gain an art director’s attention. Interactive sessions walk you through each step. Limited seating offers more individual attention. Affordable. Open to all and all experience levels.

External Link: Self Promotion Workshop with Charles Hively of 3×3 Magazine at Makeshift Society

My map illustration has been featured on They Draw And Travel


Piece title: One Sunny Day in Mahe, Seychelles
Map illustrated by: Nip Rogers
Features on: They Draw And Travel

Mahe is the most developed and inhibited island in Seychelles’ archipelago of 155 islands. Since its a relatively tiny island, with Victoria Town’s famous Clock Tower as the starting point, everything can be reached within a 20 to 30 mins drive. The colorful market where fresh produce is sold (lots of young coconut water), the government buildings, culture centers, the docks, and the crystal beaches are all within reach which gives the very-windy-roads of Mahe an awesome view for a cruise under the sun. This map is hi-res photo of a small part of a 19″ x 39″ illustrative painting to remind me of my sunny days in Seychelles.

External Link: My map illustration has been featured on They Draw And Travel

A Little Darkness (California)


Michael Mararian’s latest painting, the ghoulishly delightful “Midnight Snack” will be shown as part of Night Gallery Fine Art’s early introduction to the Halloween season with their exhibit “A Little Darkness”. You can see and purchase his latest piece right now on the Gallery’s preview page. Be sure to check out the other works available as well!

External Link: A Little Darkness at Night Gallery Fine Arts

The Affordable Art Fair Bristol


Bristol, cultural hub of the South West, will see affordable and accessible art land on its doorstep this Autumn. The Affordable Art Fair Bristol gives everyone the chance to own a piece of original art and aims to make art everyone’s cup of tea!

Open from 19 to 21 September in Brunel’s Old Station, Temple Meads, the fair provides a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere to browse, buy and enjoy contemporary art. 55 galleries from both the local area and nationwide will showcase a range of paintings, original artist-made prints, sculpture and photography.

Artwork from as far as the Hebrides to John O’Groats and the East End of London will be on show for visitors to explore, from graphic, edgy screenprints and Cornish seascapes to cool urban spraypaint and inspiring bronze sculpture – all under one roof in the heart of Bristol.

With all pieces priced between £40 and £4,000, there is something for everyone, and the chance to unearth some unique gems whilst enjoying a fun day out at a beautiful venue.

External Link: The Affordable Art Fair Bristol at Brunel’s Old Station