The Weird Web

I make weird projects for the web: love letters to my favorite things, data aggregation sites, and stuff that won’t work in “the real world.”

All of these sites are public on GitHub where you can follow along.

An illustration of David Rose on the left, and a grid of sweaters on the right.

Dress David Rose

An illustration and web project that catalogs every shirt, sweater, and jacket David Rose wears on Schitt’s Creek.

a grid of illustrations including Mike Wazowski, a caseete tape, Nibbler, BB-8, and a Disneyland Mickey ears hat

A Single Div

An ongoing drawing project to see what’s possible with CSS. Each illustration is a single div element plus a wee bit of styling.

🎨a.singlediv.comGitHub📹CSSDay talk
Screenshot of a website called The Food Place, meant to look like a restaurant’s web menu.

The Food Place

All the food and drinks you love from Eleanor and friends’ time in The Good Place (plus The Bad Place, Earth, and IHOP).

a screenshot of the Airport Codes website, featuring a grid of airports each identified by a photo and its three-letter IATA code

Airport Codes

MSY for New Orleans? Airport Codes tries to make sense of those unique three-letter codes.

A grid of state flags.

US Flags [dot] Design

Visual histories, guides, and specifications for the flags of the U.S. states and territories.

a screenshot of the WhyAZ site featuring a grid of facts each accompanied by an illustration


Reasons it’s awesome to live and work in Arizona. #whyaz

a screenshot of the Top Chef Stats site, showing rankings and stats with numbers and little chef heads

Top Chef Stats

Compiled data and facts from all the seasons of Top Chef, plus spinoffs Top Chef Masters, Just Desserts, and Duels.

a screenshot of the Hollywood Age Gap site showing age gaps between movie love interests in descending order

Hollywood Age Gap

Do movie romances have an age problem? Hollywood Age Gap examines the age difference between movie love interests.

a screenshot of the 2017 version of

Portfolio Refresh

Every year the design of changes. You can view every version dating back to 2007.

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