I really like the yin yan vibe these two eggs create.
This week's spread from one of my sketchbooks features a found poem created using redacted text that is paired with a photo mural piece that is stained with fix.
Hands posing in position to create shadow puppets combine beautifully with the skeleton-masked dia de los meurtos celebrator. If you look closely, you'll see an older collage poking out on the left.
This weeks spread combines a vintage seamstress form combined with a fix-stained section from a mural print.
I'm back from a short posting hiatus. This week's spread from one of my sketchbooks. The text in part reads "the personal is political".
I went for a hike in the Santa Rosa Foothill Regional Park with Dave and my friend Arnold's awesome family. It's an easy trail with lots of beautiful nature to look at.Here are a few of my favorite shots from the day.
I'm in love with Guiganoide's funky illustrations of popular characters, especially her pieces of Marceline and Princess Bubblegum from one of my favorite cartoons: Adventure Time. And if you look closely at their tattoos and coffee cups, they're a couple!
The Book of Memory Gaps by Cecilia Ruiz is a beautifully illustrated series of short tales featuring characters that have different types of memory loss. Thoughtful, beautiful and poetic, the words accompanying each photo are just enough to tell the story.