Same illustration, lighter color palette.
Illustration based on Mozart's music.
Card for a coworker's b-day golfing bash.
"All style has a timeless content
and a transitory appearance."
- Josef Müller Brockmann
Illustration of a sun.
“As a young person I had no clear perception of my future —
I only knew that my professional career depended on my energy,
self-criticism, discipline, and a permanent desire to learn”
— Josef Müller-Brockmann
Poster design for a fictitious exhibition, built off of a found Polaroid.
An illustration from my walk home: the moment when you break free of the neon signs and gritty side streets and look out over the skyscrapers downtown.
Knitting: a simple motion, repeated again and again, transforms a strand of yarn into a finished pattern. When I knit, seconds turn to minutes and fade to hours. A bus ride becomes a blink. A train journey boils down to the number of rows I've accomplished or the scarf length I've finished. I savor the dawning joy of creation as the brim of a hat, the collar of a sweater, or the arch of a sock emerges into life on my needles.
Geometric oil pastel self-portrait.