I designed this for a Words and Music Festival held at my college. The theme was "The Art of Change."
This design, with a textured watercolor and acrylic feel, won first place in a Black History Month poster contest.
An advertisement I created for an invented health site intended for diabetics. Incorporates a (sur)realistic painting made in Photoshop using various brushes.
I found a poster that really needed a makeover and made a more appealing alternative.
I designed this book cover using two of my own photographs. Made with Photoshop and Indesign.
I illustrated and designed this spread for an article on meditation; I created an illustration that conveyed both calmness and awakening.
I made this piece with an original illustration created via pencil drawing, watercolor, Illustrator and Photoshop.
I designed these book covers using my own illustration style. The story idea focuses on a character who is part dog and part fox and seeks belonging while living in a kind of in-between state a lot of the time.
I designed and printed these stickers for promoting my illustration style, which I gave the name Creatures of Maine. I called the style Creatures of Maine since it combines imaginary beings with relatively more realistic settings and because New England is where I started to love to draw.
An illustrated creature relaxing as the sun sets, promoting a brand of whiskey that I had invented and designed a logo for called August in Maine.