Image design for Tshirt
Illustrated, wrote, and designed an article about Pareidolia.
Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon of a vague and random stimulus (most often an image or sound) being perceived as significant.
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Character isolated from a larger illustrated scroll of the Popul Vuh
Sketch for "Lessons on Life" podcast
Editorial illustration for book review of "Animal Weapons: the Evolution of Battle" by Douglas Emlen
A piece to go with this poem:
"A fifty-fifth time something terrible happened. A top lip and bottom lip got separated in a big crowd of ears and noses. The lips could not call to each other. (They could only call out when they were together). And they couldn't cry either, all by themselves. It was terrible. And they certainly would never have found each other again in they had not been helped by a big friendly nose who happened to have a remarkable talent for sniffing out loose lips. Then there was a happy ending, for the lip sniffing nose helped the bottom lip find its way over to the top lip who was standing completely lost and alone, out by the ocean."