SArche Draws

The Arlington Center for the Arts was kind enough to give me permission to share hi-res excerpts online of the fall catalog I designed for them during my internship this past summer. The full version has been printed and is being sent out to patrons of the center. Enjoy! :)

Arlington Center for the Arts -- Fall/Winter Web Catalog

This is the OTHER big project I have been working on the last two weeks, for my internship at the ACA. This is the web version of our Fall/Winter catalog art classes. If you’re from the Arlington/Cambridge/Somerville area in Massachusetts, do come check us out. The finished print version of this catalog is scheduled to ship early September!

An art test I did recently. Considering I’m still learning about UI art, I’m proud of how these came out. I also kind of want to see this movie now.

Old-new illustration! This was originally painted for Yurikah around the time I was interning with Fablevision in Summer 2013, however it ended up being un-used after I took the rest of the illustrations from the same story in a different art style (partially due to it not fitting the story’s tone, partially because Stupid the Macbook II exploded). 

Old-new illustration! This was originally painted for Yurikah around the time I was interning with Fablevision in Summer 2013, however it ended up being un-used after I took the rest of the illustrations from the same story in a different art style (partially due to it not fitting the story’s tone, partially because Stupid the Macbook II exploded). 

Arlington Center For The Arts

I just wanted to give a little update for my Tumblr/Twitter/social media followers. It’s driving me crazy not having time to scan my sketches from my real life sketchbooks to share with you all (and trust me, there’s a LOT to scan in and share!). That said, I was very fortunate enough to nab an internship for the rest of the summer with the Arlington Center for the Arts as their temp arts admin and graphic designer for their fall catalog. Here’s a link to their main site above.

For any of you Boston followers, they will be having arts courses over the fall for both adults and children. They’re a great resource too for community arts, which is something that means a lot to me on both a personal and artistic level. Be sure to check them out!

Movement @ The Mills

Not artwork I made, but did want to share. I’ve had the opportunity recently to join the Boston Center For The Arts as a volunteer and my first shift is to assist with the stage lights for Movement at the Mills Gallery tomorrow night @ 7 PM. The fantastic artwork of Jordan Eagles will be hanging on the walls and there will be dancers as well! Be sure to check it out if you’re around the Back Bay area in Boston! 

Not quite dead, Tumblr! 

A Leyendecker styled study of Gwen Stacy. Because I can. Also, this is actually a study for two projects I have in mind for myself within the coming weeks. :)

The Greek Myths — another book cover study

The Greek Myths — another book cover study

Finals from the previous set of book cover tests I made. Once again, photos by my friend Kenan

Book cover tests taken from some portraits my friend Kenan took of me a couple of months ago. I’m leaning towards using the second one of the bunch for the final clean up, honestly.