I just logged onto Etsy and saw a great set of metal drawers on the homepage. Just the kind of metal drawers that I think would be perfect for storing my paper in one day. After poking around Etsy for a few minutes, I’ve pulled a few favorites. One day I’ll have a studio of my own, and something like this…
(Click on the image to be directed to the original listing)
I’m not sure if you’re familiar with Discover Paper… but you should be. It’s a fantastic blog that features all things paper. From fabulous paper creations to products to tutorials and everything in between! I have been reading Discover Paper for quite sometime and I finally got up the courage to email them my work. I’m so glad I did!! You should go take a look around the site and check out my little feature 🙂
Sorry I’m been so absent on the blog recently! I’m getting ready for a show at Brooklyn Collective and I need to finish a lot of pieces (and move apartments) but June 1st!
I wanted to include an example of a family portrait in my gallery show, and I thought what better family to use then my own!
Take a look…
Not yet framed or photographed well… but I was just too excited not to share!
The next in my series of classic illustrations is based on an illustration by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry for his book Le Petit Prince. As you may have figured out by now, Le Petit Prince is one of my favorite books and holds a great deal of my heart.
Draw Me a Sheep!
I’ve just completed the first piece in my series of classic children’s illustrations! Based of an wood engraving by Sir John Tenniel for Lewis Caroll’s Alice in Wonderland.
I’m excited to present… the making, final product, and world debut of…
You’re nothing but a pack of cards!
Check out more pictures here and the original Sir John Tenniel illustration here
It’s been a long time since my last post, but for good reason!! I’m working on getting my real official website up and running! It will be the new home to my blog, as well as an online portfolio and maybe some other cool shit (I dont want to give it all away). It’s gonna be awesome, trust me.
In the meantime… I wanted to show off a funky little number I did as a commissioned birthday present. I was sent an awesome family photo taking in mac Photo Booth in all sorts of psychedelic colors. So, I threw my flesh tone papers out the window (metaphorically of course because that stuff’s expensive) and had a blast funking it up. Check out the results!