Monday, February 22, 2010

Grand Times Under Water

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


More personal work.

Mixed media on Japanese paper mounted on wood. 10" x 12"

Thursday, February 11, 2010

3 minutes and counting

Personal piece. This was originally my "I Am 8-bit" idea, but I went in a totally different direction.

3 minutes and counting
Acrylic & ink on BRK Rives, 8" x 8"

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

Fame Kills

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.

Fame Kills
Acrylic & ink on BFK Rives, 8" x 10"

Friday, February 5, 2010

Applied Photography Poster (Graphic Design)

This is a poster created for Graphic Design class. We were to promote one of the programs within' Sheridan College and I was given Applied Photography. The photo is copyright the original owner.