Assorted Illustrations 2019

  • Assorted Illustrations 2019
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    Recent illustrations for clients and galleries such as The New York Times, Spoke Art, The Ringer, and Artetorial. 

    These pieces were done either digitally (with Procreate on the 12.9" iPad Pro and finished in Adobe Photoshop on a Windows PC) or painted traditionally.
  • Onwards to the Red Planet
    Client: Artetorial
  • A ‘Creepy’ Assignment: Pay Attention to What Strangers Reveal in Public
    Client: The New York Times
    AD: Melody Newcomb, Jim Datz

    For an op-ed about our individual expectations of privacy in public spaces.
  • The Amputee’s Art of Self-Repair
    Client: The New York Times; Disability Series
    AD: Jim Datz

    For a story written by C.S. Gilcombe, a man who lost an arm at an early age, and came to understand his disability in the context of an "inconvenience" rather than a debilitating quality—similar to how his parents framed his racial status and to how he relates to his prosthetic, now. He's an avid cyclist, and the story alludes to this frequently.
  • The Rightful Heir
    Gallery: Spoke Art (San Francisco, CA)
    Medium: Acrylic and colored pencil on paper. 12” x 16”

    An inflicted portrait of Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen for the Game of Thrones exhibition in Spring 2019.
  • Racism in Jury Selection Is Real. Can the Supreme Court Put an End to It?
    Client: The New York Times
    AD: Hannah K. Lee

    "The ordeal of death-row inmate Curtis Flowers will yet again test the court’s commitment to equal justice under law."
  • Don’t Let It ‘Go’ Away: The Frantic, Furious Making of a Cult Movie Classic
    Client: The Ringer
    AD: David Shoemaker

    For an article on the craziness that was the making of the 1999 cult classic Go.