An illustration questioning our decision making in finding direction in life. Personal work.
Dear Reader, have you ever heard of a little sprite named Letavitca? Long ago one could spot her flying across the sky at night. Or, if you were lucky, you could catch a glimpse of her in the woods which she had proclaimed her permanent playground.
There she would spend most of her time, entertaining her curiosity about her surroundings, always asking questions. At times she would be lonely and look up at the sky in search of comfort. No one took real notice, but one day she disappeared, simply vanished.
This book will shine light on days long forgotten and help you discover the fate of Letavitca.
Habitata is an environmental tale, showing the harsh and silent disappearance of earth’s creatures.
Their kingdom resides in ancient myths but also finds roots deep in our contemporary world.
Soon, they’ll be forgotten, and what remains of their pristine domain will disappear forever.
“Never look down on anybody unless you are helping them up”
Accordion comic about recreational synchronized swimming pracitce.
Short comic about sharing
Mini Series exploring Native American Horoscope of Spirit Animals.
2017 3by3 Merit Award Winner
Mini-comic about a scary but lonely kid.
Circus Animals - is an exploration inspired by Kafka's "A Report to an Academy" of what we consider humane and how, if at all, this concept have changed through the century.This body of work was created to highlight inhumane treatment of circus animals in our time.
2017 3by3 Silver Medal Winner
Mini-accordion silkscreen book inspired by a sci-fi novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, "Snail on the Slope", 1965
Poster concept for SVA Philanthropy & Sustainability Poster Project at a Philanthropy Conference in Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, Greece.
AI 34 Annual finalist
Characters and atmosphere of Brighton Beach, Brooklyn.