Sometimes when I’m drained out from crit, I would go home and lay in my bed, then maybe imagine myself riding a bike through those mazes filled with humid gasoline air. As I swerve between the cars and people around me, I close my eyes to smell the steam from the rusty bento stand, and I hear the “maiden’s prayer” playing from the garbage truck.
Selected by Society of Illustrators Los Angeles!
Personal Project, a "self portrait"
Advertisement assignment for a fictional product: Cuticura Ointment
Based on the ones I see everyday in NYC
A class assignment for the book review illustration of "Eyes on the Street: The Life of Jane Jacobs"
Theme: Widening the net to include more
Personal Piece, Inspired by a building I saw in Taiwan
An illustration for the New York Times Insider, view the article here
A delicious list of descriptions soon to come with this piece!
A museum showcasing some of the inventions from the early 21st century.
An editorial illustration with the theme "Containing Risk"
Pen and Ink/ Digital
Promotional flyer for RISD's yearly event–Eat the World, where students from all over the world come together and cook what reminds them most of home.
Honorable Mention by 3x3
Just an average commute on a random day
Personal Piece, Risograph Print
Pen on Bristol, 6.5 x 11.25 in
Growing up, he was the guy who kept my street together, but no one really noticed him.
A painting and color study I did for fun!!
Editorial illustration for an article named "Don't you want to have a body?" an article written by a chatbot about Artificial intelligence and human–looking interfaces.