Maya Jane Coles 2015 North American Tour Poster
Maya Jane Coles is one of my favorite tech-house artists, so I've been so lucky to have worked for her twice so far. This design references Maya's "Burning Bright" video where she's lying on altar at her own funeral. I see her as the "dark queen" of her genre, so I incorporated elements that resemble an Egyptian death mask to create a sense of divinity.
Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
Lolita is my favorite book, so I had to make an illustration for it. Here's what it's about:
The narrator in “Lolita,” Humbert Humbert, is a hyperintelligent scholar who obsesses over the 12-year-old girl he calls “Lolita.” He rhapsodizes excessively about her childlike qualities and perfection because she's the ideal “nymphet.” This illustration depicts Lolita, her mother, and the home where they all live as if from his mind. This novel is extremely well-written and intense. The aspect of this work I love most is how the reader experiences Humbert Humbert’s perspective from his childhood to his adulthood, observing his awareness of and reasoning for his deranged pedophilic inclinations. The reader eventually feels strangely in cahoots with Humbert Humbert as he maneuvers to become closer to Lolita.
Lisbeth Salander / Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Lisbeth leaving Stockholm toward Hedestad to join Mikael, unknowingly under surveillance.
Flyer Template for MOM DJs
Motown on Mondays is a party that happens in a handful of states in the US, and the parties are always so much fun.
Stew Magazine UK
This piece accompanied a story about the demise of a wealthy man, whose abuse of power results in an uprising led by his own son. Stew's audience is kids aged 8-12. The magazine strives to inspire kids to read, write, draw and think more.
Sensitive Skin Magazine
The poem I illustrated is as mind-boggling as this piece.