The Great One.
Nifty Rick Middleton.
Jim Ed Rice.
Dave Parker, AKA Cobra.
A brief timeline of things related and unrelated to Vin Scully.
A look at no-hitters and their collective awesomeness.
New York's punishment must be more severe.
A Venn diagram, breaking down the differences between Andrew Miller and Chris Sale.
Saying goodbye to the 2004 Boston Red Sox. Where are they now?
A quick interpretation of Rajon Rondo's game.
Dustin Pedroia, leaping, hitting and short.
Justin Verlander, baseball's most valuable player.
Assembling baseball's "All-Vice Team." They're pretty good.
Tim Thomas rendered as a comic book hero.
Celebrating Carl Yastrzemski's long, long career in baseball.
A breakdown of Dustin Pedroia's 25-game hitting streak.
This graphic plots all of the baseball teams in Massachusetts.
Do not tread on Bruins goalie Tim Thomas.
A graphic of pitcher Pedro Martinez's career. Typography and photos.
Made for a friend, a long-time Seattle SuperSonics fan trying to adjust.
Pearl Jam: an updated live history.
Led Zeppelin in the studio.
"Wharf Rat," 1971-1995.
Hear Jimi's train a comin'.
Pearl Jam, a personal live history as a ridiculous chart.
Play C3, inspired by "Insignificance."
Neil Young. Smell the horse on this one.
My tribute to Keith Richards.
Keep calm, it's just some fun with two English classics.
A chart plotting the fate of all The Who's songs from their ill-fated Lifehouse project.
A typographical interpretation of Pixies' "Is She Weird."
Pearl Jam's many one-word songs.
A chart plotting the Beatles' discography from 1962 to 1970.
Since Jan. 2011, I've tracked what I listen to each day, in the form of an album-art calendar.
A logo for a Virginia Tech group.
An Andy-Warhol-esque treatment of a photo for print.
A banner for the "Rink Rap" Bruins blog.