A Taste of Chelsea Market
A Taste of Chelsea Market

This is a series of poster stamps based off the food of the Chelsea Market in Manhattan. 

Color is Life
Color is Life

When you think of things that are full of life, they are typically colorful hence I highlighted places where life typically flourishes: the stars, the sea and the Earth.

View full project:   https://www.behance.net/gallery/53963323/Color-is-Life

Wolves
Wolves

This piece is a commentary on the perception of the sexuality of women in society. There is an emphasis on judgment, lust and passion.  

Little Red Riding Hood
Little Red Riding Hood

The story of Little Red Riding Hood meeting the wolf in the woods through the style of Indonesian shadow puppets. 

Icarus
Icarus

An image of Icarus flying into the sun with his wings tearing apart. 

The Naked Truth
The Naked Truth

An editorial illustration based off of an article about the link between man's hairness, the monkeys and evolution. 

The Article:                    https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-naked-truth/

 

The Ugly Duckling
The Ugly Duckling

The Ugly Duckling was originally a Danish Folktale so I based the illustration on Danish folk art. 

Lovely
Lovely

Based off of Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones. The novel follows the process of a family mourning the sudden and violent loss of their daughter, Susie. In the book, the killer makes these intricate dollhouses. I wanted to play with the notion of each room symbolizing an aspect of the book’s themes. The close-ups look more in depth into meanings. 

View Full Project:                    https://www.behance.net/gallery/37553123/Lovely

The Color Purple Poster
The Color Purple Poster

A poster for the musical, The Color Purple. The poster explores the themes of racism, repression, self-resilience, longing and colorism (when you are judged on not just the color of your skin but the shade.)

Death
Death

From the Birth, Sex and Death Series

Death swallows your soul and sends you to an afterlife. He is endlessly and mindlessly trying to fill his soul. 

“Birth, and copulation, and death, that’s all the facts when you come to brass tacks. What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.” T.S. Eliot

This illustration project explores the ideas and concepts behind birth, sex and death. 

View Full Project:    https://www.behance.net/gallery/37569171/Birth-Sex-and-Death

In The Beginning
In The Beginning

A children's illustration based off of day and night

Sex
Sex

From the Birth, Sex and Death Series

The idea that as a woman you're judged on every sexual act you perform or lack there of

“Birth, and copulation, and death, that’s all the facts when you come to brass tacks. What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.” T.S. Eliot

This illustration project explores the ideas and concepts behind birth, sex and death. 

View Full Project:    https://www.behance.net/gallery/37569171/Birth-Sex-and-Death

Cell Culture
Cell Culture

This is an illustration is based off of the Oculus Mall in NY. I was observing people on their cellphones and this piece points out how much we rely on our tech.

Now Showing
Now Showing

A editorial piece for the Pratt newspaper, the Prattler. 

A Taste of Chelsea Market
Color is Life
Wolves
Little Red Riding Hood
Icarus
The Naked Truth
The Ugly Duckling
Lovely
The Color Purple Poster
Death
In The Beginning
Sex
Cell Culture
Now Showing
A Taste of Chelsea Market

This is a series of poster stamps based off the food of the Chelsea Market in Manhattan. 

Color is Life

When you think of things that are full of life, they are typically colorful hence I highlighted places where life typically flourishes: the stars, the sea and the Earth.

View full project:   https://www.behance.net/gallery/53963323/Color-is-Life

Wolves

This piece is a commentary on the perception of the sexuality of women in society. There is an emphasis on judgment, lust and passion.  

Little Red Riding Hood

The story of Little Red Riding Hood meeting the wolf in the woods through the style of Indonesian shadow puppets. 

Icarus

An image of Icarus flying into the sun with his wings tearing apart. 

The Naked Truth

An editorial illustration based off of an article about the link between man's hairness, the monkeys and evolution. 

The Article:                    https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-naked-truth/

 

The Ugly Duckling

The Ugly Duckling was originally a Danish Folktale so I based the illustration on Danish folk art. 

Lovely

Based off of Alice Sebold’s The Lovely Bones. The novel follows the process of a family mourning the sudden and violent loss of their daughter, Susie. In the book, the killer makes these intricate dollhouses. I wanted to play with the notion of each room symbolizing an aspect of the book’s themes. The close-ups look more in depth into meanings. 

View Full Project:                    https://www.behance.net/gallery/37553123/Lovely

The Color Purple Poster

A poster for the musical, The Color Purple. The poster explores the themes of racism, repression, self-resilience, longing and colorism (when you are judged on not just the color of your skin but the shade.)

Death

From the Birth, Sex and Death Series

Death swallows your soul and sends you to an afterlife. He is endlessly and mindlessly trying to fill his soul. 

“Birth, and copulation, and death, that’s all the facts when you come to brass tacks. What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.” T.S. Eliot

This illustration project explores the ideas and concepts behind birth, sex and death. 

View Full Project:    https://www.behance.net/gallery/37569171/Birth-Sex-and-Death

In The Beginning

A children's illustration based off of day and night

Sex

From the Birth, Sex and Death Series

The idea that as a woman you're judged on every sexual act you perform or lack there of

“Birth, and copulation, and death, that’s all the facts when you come to brass tacks. What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.” T.S. Eliot

This illustration project explores the ideas and concepts behind birth, sex and death. 

View Full Project:    https://www.behance.net/gallery/37569171/Birth-Sex-and-Death

Cell Culture

This is an illustration is based off of the Oculus Mall in NY. I was observing people on their cellphones and this piece points out how much we rely on our tech.

Now Showing

A editorial piece for the Pratt newspaper, the Prattler. 

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