Last Spring for my Freelance Illustration class, I designed an activity page for a parenting and family lifestyle magazine called Kiwi. Recently while browsing the web, I was surprised to find that they hosted it on their website and made it available for download. You can find it at kiwimagonline.com in the Kiwi Kids section. The text and typeface went through a slight revision, but I have to say that this version looks much better than the original. Thanks again to Rick, Irena, and everyone at Kiwi!
Well, as the summer comes to a close, I realize that I haven't posted an update in three months... not because of a lack of productivity, but simply because I've been consumed with other things. I've actually been working on quite a few different personal pieces, but at the moment, none of them are quite refined to what they should be, so I'll just have to hold off on posting them till then...
For now, here's a painting I started in late August for a potential client, but half way through it's production, it was scrapped as a result of some misunderstandings. Its a decent painting, so I might find some other use for it in the future, but for now it'll remain unfinished.
Here are three paintings that were recently published in the spring 2008 issue of Brandeis University Magazine. They were done for the feature article, The Other Side of War, written by Robert L. Gallucci. It was kind of interesting to do political themed images for a change, thanks again Eson!
Hey now, welcome to my blog! This is where I'll be posting the majority of my work until I can get a website set up. To get things rolling, here are a few paintings from my Senior Degree Project show, which was a huge success. I'll be posting much more work a little later, but enjoy these for now.
San Arthro, acrylic on canvas, 12" x 16"
Camille De Leon, acrylic on canvas, 12" x 16"
Visual Exchange, acrylic on canvas, 14" x 18"
Heightened Senses, acrylic on canvas, 14" x 18"
Wrath of the Eyectopus, acrylic on canvas, 18" x 24"