These are designs envisioned on products destined for the home decor and gift markets. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you are interested in licensing any of them.
These sneakers were designed for a young female urban demographic. The theme revolve around zodiac signs and birth flowers for the month of August (but I may be inspired to do a series with the other months!).
Edwardian brooches was the inspiration for the journal cover design above. I added art nouveau/deco elements as I particularly like the aesthetic of this era. Available printed on Zazzle's spiral notebook.
Another plate design, this one with a theme inspired by succulents.
I make my illustrations with a mix of traditional and digital techniques: watercolor and ink textures, paint elements, vectorized or scanned drawings. Most of these illustrations are available as prints in my shop.
The famous Mad Men scene where Peggy glides through the office on roller skates felt to me like the two of pentacles tarot card where a character juggle life's ups and downs with a playful attitude. Also available in my Society6 shop.
Most stories that feature a fox and a hare don't end well, but this one does. Turns out these two were more "deer" to each other than they thought. Now they share the apple of love inside a vintage clock box from Bulgaria.
This diorama of a quiet field with a few unicorns grazing under a starry sky was inspired by Murakami's novel Hard-boiled Wonderland and the End of the World. It was made inside a vintage clock box from Bulgaria.
This third diorama commissioned for Entertaining Elephants is called the The Polar Night. I chose to create a scene in the arctic to celebrate its inhabitants (while they are still there): polar bears, walruses, seals, and arctic foxes. Made inside a vintage indian clock box lit with warm LED lights, the scene is composed of paper props with watercolor, handmade paper, and a fiber paste to create the snow and ice.
For the second of three dioramas commissioned for the children's boutique Entertaining Elephants, I chose to feature a guitar playing mermaid. I call it the Mermaid Song. She's calling out to the sailors that are passing nearby on their way to the treasure island. The scene is contained is a vintage clock box from India and the props are made of watercolor on paper and wood laminate. I used a handmade paper for the ocean waves and small LEDs for the lighting.
I was commissioned to do this diorama for Entertaining Elephants, a children boutique in Studio City. I named it the Elephant Dream, as a beautiful place where elephants would like to live and be safe and free. It's made inside a vintage indian clock box, and I integrated small LED lights which gives the scene a warm glow. The props are made of watercolor on paper, and I used a handmade paper for the scene's rolling hills.
This is a personal project exploring animation with paper cutouts using After Effects. I'm half-way through and although it's been on the shelf for some time I plan to complete it very soon!
You're So Beautiful animation, verse 1 and 2 (song by Bird and Moon)
Storyboard - Verse 1
Storyboard - Verse 2
Storyboard - Bridge
Storyboard - Verse 3
Behind the Scenes
A little peak at what happens away from the computer!