Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Green X-mas

With Christmas coming up, let Santa know what you want his year in a new way. Email is quicker, easier to store and better for the earth. Emailing will better ensure that St. Nick puts your name under "nice".

Monday, September 27, 2010


Make magazine's blog did a quick post about the illustrations I did for "Making things move" written by Dustyn Roberts. In stores soon.


Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Pork and Beers

This is a concept logo that I created. I had an idea for a bar that would sell cajun pork cracklins and possibly other pork parts.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

British invasion

The gulf spill is becoming a real black eye for this country. As it comes up on the shore BP is coming up with just more futile attempts to stop the encroaching oil. I came up with this image as a redesign of their logo with a topical twist. A friend of mine tipped me off that there is a competition by greenpeace to redesign their logo. I encourage everyone to send in entries.


Wednesday, April 14, 2010


I finally got around to scanning this stamp. As we were brought through the streets of Vietnam, one day we were taken to a young guy working in a closet size room carving stamps. With the smell of roasted chestnuts and garbage mixing together we picked out our stamps. Because of my french heritage I chose this image. I miss Vietnam...

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Updated Virgin Springs movie poster

I updated one of the earlier drawings I did for the movie "the virgin springs". You can find this and other works I've done on my website, www.seancomeaux.com

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Iranian ant farm

There was a recent article in the New York Times about how Iran has built a maze of tunnels that house and protect their atomic complex. Having their nuclear capabilities hidden obviously makes them difficult for us to get to and could possibly pose a threat. This should have been tipped off when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad founded the Iranian Tunneling Association.

The idea for this image just popped in my head. I could imagine the hurried scurrying of bomb making in tunnels below the watchful eyes of countries with nukes.

The article can be found here: