Spirit Airlines launched a new brand design
(logo, website and video campaign) overhaul today.
Not many people get to redesign an airline and
I am excited to have been apart of this.
Illustration by Arian Gimbutas.
More at USA TODAY and Fox Business (video).
Fatboy vs the Cheerleaders
Available on Amazon
Gabe is having a tough week. Normally the funny kid at the lunch table, he's on edge from trying to kick his soda addiction and ditch his long-standing nickname, "Chunk." So when news breaks that his beloved marching band camp has been cancelled due to lack of funding, he's furious. What makes him even madder? The school's vending machine money—which had previous been collected by the band—is now sponsoring the new cheer squad.
The war is ON. And Gabe is leading the charge. No one will be safe from the Geekers' odd brand of wrath: not the principal, the band teacher, the local newspaper, and certainly not the cheerleaders and their jock boyfriends. Like the saying goes, it isn't over until the fat boy sings...
This is the second novel from indie author Hughes Keenan and the first of a new trilogy that weaves together art, crime, fantasy and mystery during the lent season.
Born to wealth and nobility, Jack Muerce is obligated to bestow a favor that draws him into a string of grisly murders that stain the Lenten calendar as his own season for atonement and absolution unfolds. The grotesque condition of the victims’ bodies mimic a series of six famous Medieval tapestries on display at the city’s elegant fine arts museum, and earn the killer the name - The Death Weaver. As the dismembered and elaborately embroidered corpses turn up across the city, Muerce comes face-to-face with a genocidal war criminal known as the Dragon, a psychopathic plastic surgeon, a flamboyant mob boss named Titty Boy, and his own shameful demons from the past. Like the tapestries, Muerce struggles to balance the five senses of earthly desire with his chivalric duty - A mon seul desir!
Hughes Keenan will be signing books at 7pm this Thursday, March 13th, at the Leopold Gallery in Brookside, Kansas City.
More from the Kansas City Star.
Grab a copy on Amazon.