Thursday, March 1, 2012

Anthropological Inspirations

Some illustrations for the Anthropological Society at Cal Poly Pomona

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Autumn Le'

Oil painting of a good friend

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Ryan Adams Poster

If you are a fan of Ryan Adams or the Walt Disney Concert Hall- 
These silk screened posters should be available at the venue.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Reservoir Dogs Poster

This poster was inspired by the artist, Swoboda.
Just wanted to have some fun.

Monday, March 28, 2011


          Just Waiting For It
         In the Day Light
Pieces from Giant Robot's Power Punch show, curated by Mark Todd.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

"Fair Game"

"Fair Game" is an acrylic painting on Mylar®, measuring 4 feet high by 13 feet wide. It depicts multiple carnal activities occurring across an autumn landscape simultaneously. As the domestic humans hunt the wild game, the wild fox hunts the domestic fowl. All is fair in this game of fleshly desires. This piece was recently shown in Los Angeles at the La Luz de Jesus Gallery.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Everyday Girls

Some of the sketches that were not chosen for a project I worked on for the hip cosmetic company, Everyday Minerals. The project was a series of girls that represent their clients - which are young, confident, and cool. The series will first launch as a set of tote bags with graphics. Should be dope- keep an eye out if yer in to cosmetics.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

A Hidden Moment

I found this on the floor beneath a pile of the past - not sure when I made it. 
It seems pleasant though.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

A Digital Study of a Charley Harper Painting


An experimental digital painting about things that inspire or  invoke interest.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Scenes From Faust

A few selected scenes from a production of "Faust" that I worked on a while back. The scenes depict the introduction of Mephisto and Faust, set in a desert city in the neighborhood of Iran. In the story, a mutt follows the character, Faust, around until eventually morphing into Mephisto. I added a chase scene for fun and then had both Mephisto and Faust run across the backs of praying Muslims to emphasize the character's regards towards religion (no disrespect intended). The cat chasing the mouse on the first page is the opening scene to the production and is meant as a metaphor to the entire story.

A Few More Pages From "Limb-To-Limb"

Friday, June 11, 2010

"The Fox Hunt"

The "Fox Hunt" is another piece on the subject of mom's in prison. The hunt represents society's pursuit of the criminal and the affects that the empowered have on the powerless. The painting is on Mylar® and is sixteen feet by four feet. It was recently on display in the student gallery at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Limb-To-Limb: a book of climbing for children

Here are some out-of-order layouts from my children's book, "Limb-To-Limb". The book follows two kids as they climb-up or climb-down a tree (depending on which way you look at it). They play and discover as well as shrink and grow according to the size of the branches they occupy on any particular page. What fun!
The book unfolds into a large accordion-style scroll of the tree. Photos of the book as a product coming shortly.

Their Summer Home

Gouache painting of Pygmy Jerobas  chillin` outside their summer home in the desert

Digital comp

Quick color study

Menu for The Wall: An Indian Restaurant for Kids

Ganesh and the lotus flower both have significant cultural values in India. I tried to utilize these elements to communicate culture as well as cuisine.
The painting is all in gouache and it was a bunch of fun.

A mock-up menu for a mock-up restaurant. I thought the illustration by mid-century illustrator, Gyo Fujikawa, was so charming, sweet, and pleasant that it would be a great launching point for my childrens menu project.

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