The New York Times: Fishing For Hope In the Face of Addiction
The New York Times
A commission for The New York Times Sunday Review about the issues surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
A pattern of bucking horses, inspired by the energy and chaos of a bubbling volcano.
Available as a limited edition silk screen print
Size: 25" x 25"
Please inquire if interested in purchasing. Price above includes custom framing and shipping options through Framebridge.
Selected illustrations from The Healer, a short story I wrote and illustrated about a dying king and a lone traveler who understands the beauty of the earth.
It Takes Water
I illustrated and designed a book cover for author, Susan Olupitan, who will be publishing her first book on Amazon this spring.
An assignment to recreate a popular 'folk story' using only silhouette.
A collaboration with Kuju Coffee, a company founded upon the idea of finding moments of stillness within the turbulence of life.
The Living Land
For my final thesis project in SVA’s MFA Illustration as Visual Essay program, I took upon the task of creating a large-scale landscape based on the theme of the earth as a 'living, breathing body'. Within the landscape, various elements inspired by nature flow through marbled washes of watercolor on claybord: Chinese scholar stones spew a turbulent, swirling mass of cloud and mist; a maned serpent weaves in and out of mountains and gnarled tree trunks; a herd of deer drinks from a natural spring which cascades down the mane of a giant wildebeest.
A sense of quiet contemplation sits within each scene. Inhabitants move through this living land as one with the force that surrounds them. Rivers, trees, homes, and beasts -- all are connected by one breath.
Watercolor, Graphite and Sumi Ink on Claybord
An homage to the HBO series, Westworld. Created with a comb and sumi ink.