Poster for Plum Illustration's curated group show, Mango & Papaya.
In solidarity with Standing Rock.
Client: Love + Radio
Art Director: Nicholas van der Kolk
For Love + Radio on how black conservative Glenn Loury came to have a change of heart. Appeared on the October episode of the podcast.
Series of illustrations for Seizure Magazine's flash fiction section, fall 2016.
Client: Lenny Letter
Art Director: Laia Garcia
For an article on one woman's reexamination of her relationship to Toni Morrison's novel Beloved in the wake of an abortion. Appeared in the August 9th issue of Lenny Letter.
An oatmeal girl in a beige world.
Client: Nautilus Magazine
Art Direction: Francesco Izzo
For an article on the dilemma we face with urban rat populations. The main illustration appeared on the front page of the Nautilus site for the week of July 28th, 2016.
Client: PETRIe Magazine
Art Director: Elena Stanciu
Illustration and spot for an article exploring the topic of Mestizo heritage in Latin America. The main illustration along with an artist interview appeared on the front page of the PETRIe site in July 2016.
An ongoing series of daily drawings, based on my favorite words.
Available for purchase in zine form!
Art Director: Vinnie Neuberg
Illustration and spots for an account of the writer's experiences navigating sex work and abusive relationships. The main illustration appeared on the front page of the Narratively site for the week of March 28th, 2016.
Art Director: Kate Thomas
Illustration for Vol 1 Issue 10, for a short fiction piece about the unfolding and unraveling of a marriage.
Art Director: Kate Thomas
Illustration for Vol I Issue 7, about experiencing the 2015 earthquake in Nepal.
Book cover illustration for the Helen Oyeyemi novel, The Icarus Girl.
Series of stream-of-consciousness observational drawings, documenting Italian cafe life.
Selection from a series of illustrations for the WILD Magazine’s weekly summer playlists. The illustrations come in sets of three - one for each half of the playlist, and one collaged together from the first two, which serves as the article’s featured image on the site.
Illustration of the central metaphor of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein - the fear and sacrifice embedded in parenthood
Illustration of the opening scene from the Rudyard Kipling novel, Kim:
"He sat, in defiance of municipal orders, astride the gun Zam-Zammah on her brick platform, opposite the old Ajaib-Gher - the Wonder House, as the natives call the Lahore Museum. Who hold Zam-Zammah, that 'fire- breathing dragon,' hold the Punjab, for the great green-bronze piece is always first of the conqueror's loot."