Literally Red Riding Hood

Literally everybody in the universe has played around with the fairytale of Little Red Riding Hood. And why shouldn’t they have? It’s a tale TEEMING with iconic imagery and an awesome violent ending to boot.

So I thought I’d try my hand at it. Let’s be real: if you came across a big talking wolf, you’d slither your way into a wild pact with… Read more »


Personal Illustration – Clowns need Smiles Too

Continuing with my want to experiment, I went again for something more “light and blunt” and wound up doodling sad clowns and bright balloons. There is nothing more fun than clowns but there is nothing scarier than playing with vibrant colors because – personally – it makes you wonder where the heck the emphasis should be placed and how to make it work, especially when you have been working with dark… Read more »


Creative Manifesto

I’ve been reading a lot of art magazines lately and UPPERCASE has really caught my attention. ┬áLuckily, the Ringling Library has a good collection of back issues – and the current one, too. Issue 20 centered around the theme of “making” – making things happen, making things you like, making progress…etc. In a roundabout way – the question of “What gets you making?” or “What helps you be creative?” was posed with the ultimate… Read more »