A series of witches done with ink and brush during Inktober 2016.
Personal editorial illustration inspired by findings in spring 2016 that the octopus population is increasing due to climate change (for now, anyway). soon they will be our overlords, so if you'd like to know more, here's a good article.
Well I made this the day after the third debate. Nothing much I can say that hasn't been said, but what woman doesn't know the sick feeling of being called names and put down in a professional (or personal) setting? The one thing about all this awfulness is that it shines a bright light on sexism and assault that society can't keep dismissing as "just one crazy/unreliable/lying/sensitive woman". It's here for all to see, folks. Stay nasty and centered in your truth!
Personal editorial illustration inspired by people finding big fossilized Megalodon shark teeth on North Carolina beaches in October 2015.
Gouache on paper, 2014. Was used for the Portland Mercury cover in March 2016.
Personal editorial illustration from summer 2015 when a massive algae bloom made Dungeness crab toxic on the West Coast.
This is a scary one. Personal editorial illustration Inspired by this article in Scientific American that table salt in China has microplastics mixed in with the salt granules. YUM! We are all made of plastic, just like Carl Sagan said.
Gouache on paper, 2016. My clients were an engaged couple who asked me to make this image depicting them on the Lovers tarot card for use as the image for their wedding invitations.