Original Art & Graphic Designby Rob Crimmins

Original Art & Graphic Design

William is the subject of chapter two of Cell 17: Interviews With The Imprisoned.

Rodney Square Building Restorations. was the contracting firm that I ran. I wrote, designed and published the company's marketing literature, including the corporate logo.
I've drawn several nudes from photographs. This one is my favorite.

The Persistent Threat Detection System

was the program I worked on for Lockheed Martin in 2007 and 2008. I didn't care for the official logo so I made one.
Chapter four is Nic's interview in Cell 17: Interviews With The Imprisoned.
This PTDS logo uses the Army colors and was used for the patches that went on hats and jackets.
I drew this portrait of Benjamin Franklin from a bust in a museum in Philadelphia. The book I wrote about him is for sale at the iTunes store and on Amazon.com. There's a version here too.
This illustration from my memoir Balloon Wars: An ISR* Operator's Account of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan shows the kill radius of the most common munitions that were fired on us.
This is from Balloon Wars: An ISR* Operator's Account of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan too. The model in the foreground is of the 74,000 cubic foot balloon I operated. Trimble Sketchup was used to make the model and the illustration.
This is the cover of The Formation, Development and Work of the Delaware State Police: A Teacher's Guide, a history of the department published by the State Police Museum.

A sagittal section of the human head was included in the article I wrote on the speech chain .


Cover for the book I wrote about Benjamin Franklin entitled Lone Traveler
The ISR network is pictured here. I operated an element of the network which is described in Balloon Wars: An ISR* Operator's Account of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, my memoir of the experience.
The T shirt for the first Friends of Killens Pond 5K Run was my design but "Gary Goose", the character on the shirt, was the creation of my talented son, Patrick Crimmins. Here's a link to some of Pat's other work.

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