Editorial on corporations using tragedies to adopt fashionable political positions. Gouache, ink, watercolor, and pencil with digital adjustments.
Editorial on the effects of other’s emotions and our well-being. Watercolor, gouache, ink, and pencil. Process:
I’m beginning a narrative series on Southern folktales. I’m thinking about publishing them in a small booklet to sell locally. They will be scratchboard and ink illustrations. Here I’ve illustrated… Read more Folklore Project →
Editorial piece on industry and patriotism. I wanted to make a psychedelic Americana illustration. So, I used the image of a rooster, gears, tires, the circular shape of a clock… Read more Industrial Awakening →
Editorial illustration about animus and divisiveness. Gouache, ink, watercolor and charcoal. Some added shading on Photoshop. Here is the process! Lenny stopped by to see my work! And here is… Read more Animus →
Editorial on internet mobs and their quest to band together to click and send their protests against those who have offended them! Scratchboard, ink, watercolor, digital touch ups. Here is… Read more Finger Cursor Crusaders! →
Editorial on virtue signaling, a conspicuous cultural phenomenon. Here, I’ve interpreted it as a form of judgmental windbaggery which corners others with vacuous catchphrases. Or, if you want to look… Read more Virtue Signaling →
Editorial about children experiencing gender confusion due to cultural pressures. I had the idea of mobile with male and female symbols swirling around the child. Gouache, watercolor, pencil and ink.… Read more Gender Mobile →