The last one, which hasn't been released yet is a rebrand of a beer called "Daddy Warbucks aka Imperial Money." It's part of their Money IPA series, this being the double IPA, "Money" being their regular IPA and "Non-Cents" their half IPA. I had talked to another local artist Squigs who does great illustrations and had done 2 labels for Barrier as well. He wanted to do a set of bottles that when put together made a bigger image, which is always cool when done right. That got me thinking of what I could do to have a theme that would brand all my bottles together instead of them just standing alone. It started out of the 2nd bottle, it was based off Evan's dog so I based Daddy Warbucks off Mike Descarfino who is their sales rep (and probably the main reason I got hooked up doing graphics for them.) I thought, lets start showcasing the dogs and the people that work like them to promote this great brewery. I thought on top of that, it spoke of the brewery using this character who was a self-made man. Mike loved it so I took a train out to the brewery and talked to Evan who loved it as well. I based the drawing off of Albert Finney from the 1982 production of Annie that we all had to suffer through as kids. I then took every kind of legally traded American bill (even a $2 bill thanks to friend and roomate Juren David) and made a photo-realistic version. It was never intended to be used as anything but reference. A bit over kill on hind sight but it sure didn't hurt the drawing any.