A fun compilation of some hand lettering studies using both traditional and digital methods!
A series of illustrations I have completed for the South Side Weekly, a local paper in Chicago.
Spot illustrations of Lena Waithe, Dana Tuinier, Akito Tsuda, Allyson Gonzalez for Demo Magazine, Columbia College Chicago's Alumni Magazine -- read more here.
This is a collection I created for the Not On Paper show I participated in showcased at The Hokin Gallery in Chicago. I wanted to create a collection of items a child could bring along with them to a sleepover! This project gave me the opportunity to bring my love for animals, research, and illustration together and create tangible items someone could enjoy, and love forever!
This passion project has evolved and more can be found here: www.pipnplop.com
Frank Magazine is Columbia College Chicago's Photography Department's digital publication available from the Apple App Store and created with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS). The magazine content and creation is produced by a team of 8 students from Columbia College Chicago collaborating from Photography, Art & Design, and Journalism and mentored by Jo-Nell Sieren from Photography. Frank is supported by Adobe and was a 2013 recipient of the CiTE Innovation Fellowship. Issues 1, 2, and 3 are now available on the App Store
I assisted & provided the Frank Magazine team with illustrations for a select few articles.
These covers were created for Plymptom Publising - learn more here.
Recovering the Classics is a collection of new covers for 100 of the greatest works of fiction in the public domain. Together we can help to keep these classics fresh, modern, and accessible to new generations of readers. All cover designs are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
A seasonal packaging design for Argo Tea.
A personal project about breaking the boundaries of what illustration can be. I chose the RedEye because I not only enjoy getting my news from the publication, but it is also something that is ALWAYS in my everyday life. I wanted to transform the RedEye Box and implement my style in a three dimensional way.
The project took off and got picked up by the RedEye itself, took over their social media (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook), and then led to a feature online written by Shelbie Bostedt.
Materials used: Old Iron Man T-shirt (sorry Tony Stark), Recycled Cardboard, Duct Tape, Fluffy Goodness, White Acrylic Paint, Recycled Plastic, Old Christmas Socks & Wax Paper.