A little writing kit. Acrylic on empty incense box. 2019
Casa de lápiz
Just because pencils deserve a fabulous house.
Acrylic over vintage print.
2016 holiday card illustration commissioned by Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD U), Canada AD: Tonya Wray
A contributing piece for a new issue of Locus Zine "Upside Down," curated by Eric Diotte. 2016
One Day is a humble perspective toward unresolved issues in our personal life. Let's not agonize ourselves for things that are out of our control. Through navigating life with patience, we'll somehow make sense of what once seemed so baffling. Whatever it is, one day, it will all make sense.
Village 89 is a publications project led by L.E. Frost, showcasing a curated list of illustrators in a series of accordion-folded books printed with screen print technique. To see her project, please check out www.village89.com.
Booger Boogie Woogie 1
Booger Boogie Woogie. 2014. A tiny zine (1”x1.5”) about boogers who have something to say to us: they are fun and fantastic, not something unpleasant that you have always thought of. Created for Small Ass Zines (SAZ) collective. Curated by a fellow illustrator Ness Lee.
Booger Boogie Woogie 2
Booger Boogie Woogie 2. 2015. A tiny zine (1”x1.5”) about boogers who are still frustrated that we haven't made enough effort to understand who they are and who they are not. Created for Small Ass Zines (SAZ) collective. Curated by a fellow illustrator Ness Lee.
Because it's worth it.
I Feel Fine
Sometimes, you don't feel fine even when you say it.