St. Bernard's Pass

My name is Brandon Bernard. I'm a graphic designer, storyboard and layout artist, and writer. I was born and raised in Albuquerque, NM, and lived in Los Angeles for 12 years, then in Austin, TX, for about a year, and I'm now in Brooklyn, NY. This blog is a virtual scrapbook of things that inspire me. Unless otherwise specified, the work here is not mine. Anything else you'd like to know? Feel free to hit up my "ask" box!


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    Vincent di Fate


    Harry and the Hendersons trading cards (1987)


    badillafloyd, Concept Design 2, 2014 (via artissimo)


    Dinotopia by the great James Gurney.

    Pretty much perfect.


    Laurent Durieux, 2014


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    Blue Blue Note Covers (7)


    Ryan Duggan



    As part of their push to challenge Topps’ monopoly of the baseball card market, Panini America has gone after the big guns and are the only company with certified autographs from Chris Davis, with gorgeous signed Crush cards in their Select, Donruss, America’s Pastime sets and some pretty stellar cards of #19 throughout all their lines.


    Mind-blowing oil paintings by Austrian/Jewish painter, LUDWIG DEUTSCH, LEON GEROME & RUDOLF ERNST in the late 1800s:
     The subject, “The Palace Guard” were depictions of North African medieval Muslims, THE MOORS, who settled in & ruled Northern Africa and invaded and conquered many parts of what we would now consider “Southern Europe (Spain, Portugal, France & Southern Italy-ala Sicily)” for nearly 800 years, from as early as the 7th to the 15th century. Their profound, cultural legacy, influence & what they left behind( Such as the great monuments, the Alhambra and the Mezquita) is evident on modern day spanish architecture, art, music and traditions. All but ignored now largely by both Arab and European world history, The Moors played a significant role during the shaping of prehistory in their early settlement.

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    Venture Bros. art by Bill Sienkiewicz


    the Shadow — Aaron Campbell

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    Captain America: The First Avenger by Michael Sapienza

    Questionable emblem placement, but otherwise, pretty awesome!

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