An illustration reminding us that we cannot let ICE detainees be forgotten, to become ghosts, to lose themselves and everything they have in a system where they are cruelly mistreated.
A confident, bad ass stylish lady not letting any amount of rain get to her and her stride, inspired by More Than Enough, a book by Elaine Welteroth.
The New York Times OpEd approached Krystal Lauk Studios to create an illustration for the article "No Back-Room Raise for Albany. " The article was about approving a raise for lawmakers only if there are measures in place that would prevent them from receiving outside income from entities that are potentially conflicts of interest. The illustration published on print and web onDecember 6th, 2018.
Intercom approached Krystal Lauk Studios to create an illustration for their blog, on an article called "Five essential onboarding tactics for complex products." The visuals represent a user playing a video game experience, going through interface obstacles to get to the finish line. The article launched September 17th, 2018 on the Intercom blog site.
Intercom approached me to create an illustration for their blog, on an article called "Pleased to Meet You: Tips for Managing an Established Team." The visuals represent a new manager coming in to nurture her new garden, only to find the flowers established and growing tall. The article launched February 4th, 2019 on the Intercom blog site.
This illustration aims to capture the spirit of Burning Man, through the invitation to play and practice self care, self love, and radical expression.
Sketchpad Gallery and Chinese Cultural Center teamed up to celebrate Chinese New Year for an incredible art show, inspired by the Year of the Dog. I created six illustrations of the most popular dog breeds for the show, mixing personality with traditional Chinese design and flowers that are symbolic to Chinese culture.
The show was held at the Chinese Cultural Center in San Francisco, and was on display from February 22- March 17, 2018.
Happy Alligator Collective is a group of female artists that curate pop-up art shows around San Francisco. I was invited to create artwork for their Good Vibes art show, which took place July 1st, 2017 at Sketchpad Gallery. This piece is inspired by the ultimate summer vibe perfect for a July show- making a big splash!
Sketchpad Gallery invited me to create artwork for a show all about cats, opening July 15th. The artwork is inspired by all house cats who's alter ego is a fierce jungle cat! The show was a great turnout, and even included celebrity cat, Waffles!
"Time Beards" curators Craig Drake and Luke Harrington approached me on behalf of Heron Arts Gallery and Patreon to create artwork for a show inspired by Sci-Fi Film Noir, opening June 9th, 2017. "The City of Lost Children" film was chosen for the gritty, yet whimsical visuals and characters.