A quick editorial about the joys of cohabiting with a partner and the things you learn about yourself for The Pool. It’s so nice how art imitates life and I always look really put together when hanging out on the couch myself. I mean, I would never just schlub around in the same leggings for a month grunting in the general direction of my significant other when I needed more snacks.
I recently illustrated an article for Barclay’s Members Magazine, Little Book of Wonders about the gamification of life from your work to your commute. Super Mario Bros were heavily referenced in the text and despite a childhood completely devoid of computer games ( I KNOW!) that conjured up some nostalgic visuals even for me. It was really fun to insert one of my characters into this pixelated universe. Now if only I could find a way to apply this concept to my real life and start hoarding coins.
Just messing around with some tiny sketches the other day and really liked this one. It’s never too late to get behind a 90s trend!
Well, it’s Christmas so here’s a giant bird carrying a woman who doesn’t seem to be too stressed about it, in fact she’s pulling the whole thing off in a pretty calm manner and looks good in a jumpsuit too. This woman is my Christmas inspiration! Let’s all do our best to stay calm in the face of the inevitable stress of the holidays. Enjoy!
My winter foliage illustrations were put to good use in the Schöner Wohnen Christmas Gift Guide as part of their Winter Styling Issue.
As the season of drunken Christmas parties is upon us (I don’t know anything about this as I work from home and me dancing drunk alone hardly qualifies as a party) it’s apt that I drew some party goers mid akward dance which were brought to life by the awesome Down the Street Designs for an animated Christmas Card.