Thursday, August 9, 2012

Ford Model T

Sorry for the looo-oooo-oooong break between posts!
I will get better at updating this blog :) :) :)

So here is a series of posters celebrating the Ford T Model and Americana theme. They were created for the Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival and Concours d'Elegance. It was fun researching all the different car models, they are so stylish!

Sunday, May 13, 2012

More Family

Hellooo! Hope everyone has had a wonderful week. :)
These 2 illustrations were done for BayState Parent for an article on family activities. I was chosen for the "4th of July" and "Fairs" images.

Monday, May 7, 2012


Hey there :)
Today I'm showing you 2 illustrations I did for Chesapeake Family Magazine ( Art Director Jenny Cardoza) on an article titled "United Front". Its an interesting article about authority, discipline and how parents need to be on the same page.

Monday, March 12, 2012


Finally the winter quarter is coming to an end. Its been long, challenging and enjoyable! Perhaps this has been my favorite quarter so far. Been really wrapped up with my homework assignments that I hadn't had the time to stop by and update. Anyways! Here is drawing from one of my assignments in FASH 713 with Professor Mengjie (
It was done based on this lovely photograph (i forgot where I found it) :

Sunday, February 5, 2012

food and finance!

This image was done for Ryan Sanchez's Markets class where I had to do an illustration in the food market. So I chose to re-design a cookbook cover for "Food to Live By". At the end the typography wasn't very strong so I left it out :) Hope next time I am able to incorporate type better.

It was done to fit into the finance market!

Thursday, January 26, 2012


Just a bit of the process I did for a poster for the movie Amadeus in Jorge Montero's Type & Image class.

Had not really made a poster before and I did not add all the logos and stuff to make it look official, lol :)
Someday I will go back and finish up this poster.

Monday, January 23, 2012


Portrait of my brother Nicholas, 2011. India ink

 Acrylic 2011

Thursday, January 19, 2012


Here is a piece from 2011, it was a project where I had to draw pieces of paper from a hat and the words I got were: "cowboy", "food", and "comical". I had so much fun drawing and sketching all sorts of different cowboys :). 
In terms of technique, I was trying out an acrylic technique where the paint is applied in very thin washes and dry brushing. I liked the result a lot since it kind of has a pastel quality.