"The Daily Fix" by Christopher David Ryan (May 2011)

Christopher David Ryan: “The Daily Fix” May 16, 2011. © 2011 Christopher David Ryan

Christopher David Ryan is a graphic artist and illustrator (as well as a “daydreamer, pseudo-scientist, wanna-be astronaut and untrained intellectual” according to him):

I split my time between Brooklyn, New York and Portland, Maine creating bold, illustrative work under my CDR moniker as well as more progressive graphic work through my one-man studio, Atmostheory.
My client commissions span a variety of industries including work for Victoria’s Secret, Nike, Element Skateboards, Graniph, The New York Times Magazine, Obedient Sons and others. My personal projects include Sleepyheads, a line of pillows and printed pieces, As Overheard In The Back Of My Mind, a series of self-published books and My Little Underground, my online shop which highlights new work quarterly.

In 2008 he decided to create something new everyday: you can see the result at 2008 Daily Postings.
The following pieces all come from his Flickr photostream.

"Lost In Space" by Christopher David Ryan, April 2011
"Lost In Space" © Christopher David Ryan, April 2011
"Reminiscent" by Christopher David Ryan, March 2011
"Reminiscent" © Christopher David Ryan, March 2011
"As Overheard in the Back of My Mind - No. 3" by Christopher David Ryan, June 2010
"As Overheard in the Back of My Mind - No. 3" © Christopher David Ryan, June 2010
"Satellites - Fig.01" by Christopher David Ryan, August 2009
"Satellites - Fig.01" © Christopher David Ryan, August 2009
"Peripheral No.04" by Christopher David Ryan, August 2009
"Peripheral No.04" © Christopher David Ryan, August 2009
"Apollo XI" by Christopher David Ryan, July 2009
"Apollo XI" © Christopher David Ryan, July 2009
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