A digital illustration created as a Art Box Mural submission for the Downtown Cleveland Alliance.
Another Time and Place Series
Pencil, watercolor, and digital illustrations from a series exploring the personification of buildings.
Tropical Bird Cards
Tropical bird themed watercolor + digital illustrations created for some encouraging greeting cards.
A children’s book style illustration, done in gouache, focusing on the power of imagination.
Doggone Delightful Pillow
Digital illustration created for a screen printed pillow design. Extra patterns are created in the coats and linework of the dogs.
This larger-scale acrylic painting was done as part of an illustration study in texture and pattern.
A mixed media illustration, featuring bright pops of color, created for a pillow design.
A watercolor and ink commissioned work created to be displayed in the client’s office.
Moonlit Town Series
A digital + watercolor illustrated series exploring nighttime and dreams.
These Halloween-themed illustrations were done using a variety of mediums. The first is watercolor + digital, the second is pencil + digital, and the third is ink + watercolor. I wanted to test how each medium would impact the overall feel of each individual piece and also the style of it.
Box Illustration - Founder Story
A digital two color, three panel, white shipping box illustration featuring the founding story of plant-based delivery company. There is a panel focusing on the founders’ backgrounds, then the starting points and production aspects of the company, and lastly one focused on the customers. This illustration for this box was eventually redesigned during rebranding, but some of the illustration elements were then worked into other parts of the company’s design elements.
A series of zodiac-themed illustrations, filled with bold color and incorporating vibrant fashions from the 50s, 60s, and 70s.
An illustrated print that has been used to raise proceeds for the Cancer Research Institute and has also been used to raise proceeds through fundraisers at The Challenger Foundation. The color scheme and lightning bolts are hints at some of Bowie’s personas.