I may have posted this before, but I didn't like the contrast much, so I fixed it up digital paint-style and now I'm satisfied with it so I'll post it (again?)
Friday, February 12, 2010
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
This was an assignment for Interpretive Illustration class. We were to illustrate the coffee sleeve for Terminal 1 at Pearson International Airport in Toronto. I really wanted to go narrative with this piece and create a dreamy and calming atmosphere as plane trips can be chaotic and rushed.
Acrylic & ink on BFK Rives.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Interpretive Illustration class assignment. We were to create a recipe and I chose "how to be Lady Gaga." I wanted to branch into pop culture, and it was interesting finding ways to incorporate what I wanted to into the piece.
The original project is a "recipe for disaster" and the other reason why I chose Lady Gaga is because I wanted to incorporate this in some way. She sings about the disadvantages of fame in some of her music and I thought the idea of "fame kills" was interesting so I chose to work around that.
Acrylic & ink on BFK Rives, 8" x 10"