I still have a long way to go before I can support myself financially through art, but I can do it through baking. Luckily there are ways for me to merge the two. These are some mini chocolate mousse pies that I made for Pi Day at The Treats Truck Stop Cafe. I made everything that goes into the pie: crust, mousse, whipped cream-even the chocolate pi signs! And of course I have to say that this wouldn’t have been so beautiful without the art direction of Andi Carpenter.
I recently printed shirts and made a merchbox for Tom Blacklung. T-shirt designed by Arrien Zinghini.
Business card and mailer.
Here’s the animation I made for Senior Thesis. It still needs some editing. And I’d like to eventually completely change it. Here it is for now:
Here is an image I made for an organization that I’m a part of. You should check it out. It’s called Organization for a Free Society.
My goal is to create art that inspires and makes people think. As long as I can start a conversation, it does not matter whether the viewer agrees with my message or not. Even if this is a personal conversation between the viewer and them self. I used a mime in this drawing to challenge the complacency that we see so much of today. Mimes are known to be silent, and use their bodies as the only means of communication. I chose the phoenix from the Organization for a Free Society’s (OFS) logo to show the voice and strength that one can find through political action. Groups like OFS serve as a vehicle for everyday people to not only voice their concerns, but act on them. Allowing them to use their bodies in the same way that mimes do, but also having the power to speak up if needed.