I wanted to create an ongoing series to celebrate female singer/songwriters and musicians, spanning across all genres of music. I hope you enjoy!
Here's a piece I did for the wonderful folks at Huffington Post. Artists were asked to create a truly inclusive bathroom sign in response to North Carolina House Bill 2. The Huffington Post has challenged artists, designers and creative studios to go back to the drawing board and reimagine our restroom symbols entirely. Read the full article here.
Full disclosure, I can't stop and won't stop doing Game of Thrones fan art. Additionally, Season 6 gave artist fans lots of great material to work with. Here are a few pieces that I created while watching.
My submission for AIGA Orlando's "Love By Design" poster show. In the wake of the tragic Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fl on June 12th, 2016, artists were asked to submit work that focused on the concept of equality. In all of the rabble that ensued after the event, I wanted to highlight the unity of the nation in the aftermath of sorrow. All of the proceeds from the event went to help the survivors and victims' families.
To give, proceed to www.oneorlando.org
My submission for Charivari Lab's "Draw Me a Fado" gallery show in Lisbon, Portugal. Artists were asked to portray a Fado music icon, so I chose legendary fadista, Amalia Rodrigues.
I was honored to be asked to participate in AIGA Atlanta's Mixtape Poster Show fundraiser. Each illustrator was asked to create a poster based on their favorite song, and while I have lots, I went with a design for Alabama Shake's Sound and Color.
*SPOILER ALERT* A piece created after binge-watching one of the longest / most amazing shows that Netflix has to offer. I wanted to convey both the essence of the two main characters' careers while hinting at the baser aspects of their personas. If you only see Frank and Claire, take another look!
Posters created for the Lucas Theatre for the Arts in Savannah, Ga. It is a truly amazing experience to create conceptual work for movies that are not often seen on the big screen. Posters can be purchased by contacting Erin Muller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a look at their website!
Cover illustration for the Sunday Opinion section of the Boston Globe. The article examines how the current state of U.S./Russian relations may lead to a dire future, especially on the nuclear front, if posed with a situation similar to that of the crisis on January 25th, 1995.
In an attempt to strengthen some of my conceptual muscles, I've created this collection and will be posting fairly regularly. More to come!
Non-commissioned poster created for the film Iron Sky: The Coming Race (2016). Created as a sequel to the cult film, Iron Sky, the film is a sci-fi comedy about a secret Nazi stronghold beneath the earth's surface. Sound ridiculous? It will be... ridiculously good!
A tribute to the now Emmy-winning revamp of the classic movie, Fargo by the Coen Bros. Enjoy!
A bit of fan-art done for the BBC/Netflix show, The Fall. This chilling crime drama inspired me to tap into a creepier place for this piece.
A fun fan illustration I created for A&E's series, Bates Motel. The image was later prominently featured in a collection of Bates Motel themed fan art that was sent to several viewers.
An ongoing collection of portraits featuring the animal-headed characters of the wacky Australian action/comedy series, Danger 5. More to come!
Illustration made as a gift for a group of friends. The work stands as a visual representation of a set of characters we'd developed of several years.
Made as a gift to a friend. A tribute piece to the HBO series, Game of Thrones. Winter is coming...
In honor of the iconic Lady Day's 100th birthday, I created a quick portrait of one my personal favorite artists.
An ongoing series of illustrations for The Inferno, by Dante Alighieri. I wanted to take on this classic allegory with a more modern, Futuristic spin. More to come!