Wednesday, June 29, 2011

The Little Red Hen

This illustration is based on the children's story, "The Little Red Hen." In it, the hen does all the work around the house while the other two are lazy and just sit around. I thought it'd be fun to put them in the fashion and settings of 1920's.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Triangle (composition) Below Canal

Also known as TriBeCa, where we had brunch Sunday morning. I love(d) coming down here--especially when I used to live much closer--because it's one of the more calming places in the city. Slightly more sophisticated than other places in Manhattan without being snobby. Everyone's comfortable and visibly less stressed out (or that could be due to the mimosas).

Riding bikes, pushing strollers, walking dogs, brunching--sure these things mix together in other neighborhoods, but only a few other places feel like TriBeCa...

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Bella and the Washing Machine

Bella about to wake the sleeping beast...(now, with value!)

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Kendall vs. Dryer Monster

Here's a painted sketch of my niece, Kendall, versus the other monster from the laundry room. The monsters were created to answer the age old question: "What happened to my other sock?"

Tuesday, June 07, 2011

All Good Living Kids

Last year, I created some designs for "All Good Living Kids," a Bay Area, California-based kids clothing company. 

They just released their 2011 Spring/Summer promo video can be seen here. The "Lucy's Balloon" design can be seen at 1:16, 1:48, and various places throughout.

Thursday, June 02, 2011

Establishing Shot - DQ

Here's the establishing shot line drawing of my personal project. More and more to come...

Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Buena Vista Subway Club

I saw this guy at the subway station--he reminded of the singer, Ibrahim Ferrer, of Buena Vista Social Club fame.