Illustration for the cover of The Wall Street Journal's Review Section to accompany an article about Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy and how it can be considered as the "Ultimate Self-Help Book."
Fantastic Mr. Fox Doesn't Feel So Fantastic Anymore
This is an illustration I did with children’s book type of illustration in mind. I tried to incorporate a lot of textures into the whole piece to give it depth and interest. The shapes of the leaves were created using a lot of brushwork using watercolors and black India ink.
Mister Yeti's Great Escape
This is an experimental illustration that used a lot of watercolor textures and brushes. I wanted each element to contribute a story to the whole piece.
Wind in the Willows
This illustration was inspired by the children’s classic “Wind in the Willows,” a story about the struggle between people who want a peaceful and genteel kind of life, and those who like the noisy, chaotic lifestyle most people have today.
Panda Bear Doesn't Like Kung Fu Fighting Anymore
Tahoe Band Artwork
Cover artwork for French post-rock band Tahoe. Nice guys to work with. :D
llustration for Panda Magazine (magazine of the Dutch branch of WWF) about Tipping Points: how and why some ecosystems change suddenly over time.
Fear and Loathing in the Meadows
This illustration is actually about psychedelia, and the title is actually based on the movie “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” which, in English, translates to “Fear and Loathing in the Meadows.”
Art of Bird Watching
Illustration about a Maya bird being watched by a cat. The maya bird was once the national bird of the Philippines before being replaced by the Philippine Eagle.
The Road Not Taken
An illustration based more or less on one of Robert Frost’s more popular poems, “The Road Not Taken.”