New poster for Andrew Bird

May 19th, 2016

I just wrapped up a new poster for Andrew Bird’s May 16th stop at The Masonic in San Francisco, and I am excited to finally have my copies available for sale. I also put together an art print version for anyone who enjoys floating space cathedrals ruled by omniscient cats but doesn’t know Andrew Bird’s music. This way everyone can be happy!

Announcing ericnyffeler.com!

February 16th, 2016

Remember visiting your local grocery as a young child and discovering that your favorite sugary breakfast cereal suddenly looked completely different, with an wholly unfamiliar cartoon character proudly proclaiming NEW LOOK, SAME GREAT TASTE from the side of the box?

Well, today I am that cartoon character, here to give you the same news; after spending the last seven years working under the name DOE EYED, I have decided to put that moniker to rest. Henceforth, I will be working under the occasionally unpronounceable and frequently unspellable ERIC NYFFELER!
As if that announcement wasn’t shocking enough, I am also launching an entirely new brand and website; the aptly named ERICNYFFELER.COM.

No no no, stop crying and dry your eyes! I’ll still be drawing the exact same trashy, pastel-colored Charlie Harper rip offs that I’ve been putting out for the last half decade. During the last few years, I have been gradually shifting out of the gigposter/screenprint world, and slowly cuddling up with my new love of editorial and commercial illustration, and this name change is simply a clean transition into something new. Doe-eyed.com still still exist as a home for any future gigposters I create, as well as an archive for all my previous posters, but the vast majority of my new work and blog updates will be over at ericnyffeler.com. Please take a few minutes out of your day to check out the new site and the new work.

2015 Print Magazine Regional Design Annual

December 6th, 2015

It’s always flattering to have people tell you that they enjoy your work, so you can believe that I’m blushing over Print Magazine featuring three of my illustrations for AARP in their 2015 Regional Design Annual. It’s always nice to my midwest brothers Mikey Burton and Tad Carpenter getting some love as well. Big thanks goes out to Scott Davis, my art director over at AARP

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