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Snake's Cake
Digital Illustration, 2024
18” x 24”

This poster design for Nature’s Heritage Keep It Fresh campaign promotes their new strain, Snake’s Cake S1. I collaborated with Nature’s Heritage and Octopus Creative Group to illustrate a scene that evokes the bold flavor profile and powerful experience of the strain. This was an incredibly fun project because I was given so much creative freedom, resulting in a richly-detailed psychedelic landscape.

Digital Sketch, 2024

This is a digital portrait of a band from Texas, Khruangbin. With this piece, I tried to capture the awesome psychedelic energy of their live concert experience.

Preliminary sketch. Pen and markers.

I started by drawing a preliminary pen and marker sketch (above). Once that was established, I gathered different reference photos from their live performances - compositing together individual photos of the band members. I had a lot of fun experimenting with exaggerated color intensity and using ripple effects to mimic sound waves throughout.

Process video

Portraits of Vivi and Millie

Digital Illustrations, 2023

These two portraits were done as a personal commission, for which I created digital portraits in an oil pastel style. I enjoyed the challenge of mimicking the look and feel of a pastel drawing, and furthermore creating two portraits that hang well together side-by-side.

Two-State Solution
Digital Illustration, 2023

This piece is a digital illustration that I created in response to the senseless genocide in Palestine perpetrated by Israel (with help from the United States). I’ve represented a common symbol for peace covered in blood, signifying a false call for peace in the region.

J Dilla
Digital Sketch, 2023

With this quick digital portrait, I wanted to pay homage to arguably the most influential Hip Hop producer of all time, James J Dilla Dewitt Yancey. Although he tragically passed away from a rare disease in 2006, he still managed to have an incredibly prolific career. His innovative use of irregular drum patterns left a heavy influence on not only Hip Hop but music as a whole, as detailed in Dan Charnas’ book Dilla Time.