Illustration, paper craft, editorial, children's, surface/product design
A cut paper illustration done for a Japanese zine based on Japanese Folktales. Yuki Ona is often known as the snow queen in Japanese culture. One of the many stories she is known for is taking away lost children in the snow covered mountains from their mothers, which is what I decieded to depict in this illustration.
Tasty is a simple piece exploring the issue of degrading women as objects rather than human beings in today's advertising market along with minimally touching on the topic of body issues.
After life is something very sacred and important in many religious beliefs and in this piece I focused on Ancient Egyptians concept of afterlife in capturing the many steps needed for their happiness in the afterlife.
The Peak Spring Collect is inspired from the wildlife and shrubs that thrive in the woodlands.
Bringing in critters and plants that can be found in the woodlands. I tried to modernize their appearance into a simplistic forums to bring my own style and sense into the Back to School collection.
The idea in this piece was to focus on creating as minmal shapes as possible but to still give it character, life, meaning, and atmosphere. The colors chosen in this piece were hued primary colors, since primary colors are important for an artist, they are the base just like mothers
"Let us Love Winter for it is Spring's Genius" A submission made for a Gallery show called Knit. Current work being displayed at Francessca's in Uptown Minnesota.
Article about Medicine and Banner Gif Mockup for Electric Fetus
Kitty Kat Wuv
The idea of this piece was to find ways to express the word 'reflection'. In old asian cultures cutting off hair was a symbol of being banished or rejected from their home. In modern asian culture cutting hair symbolizes forgetting the past, leaving the old and starting a new life, which is what I based my idea of reflection off of for this piece
Forget Me Not
simple illustration for a children's poem depicting the fisherman's life.