A series of illustrations exploring the uncomfortable history of Canada’s national parks, and the human and environmental costs of creating the last of the “great outdoors”.
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Pair of white and red wine label art depicting the phoenix and dragon, complementary elements in Chinese mythology representing yin and yang respectively. Gouache and Digital, 2018.
Editorial illustration for an article exploring the question “do animals feel regret”? Mixed Media, 2018.
Film poster for Close Your Eyes, a Toronto-based film about love and friendship between two young women. 2018. Mixed Media.
Client: Blue Scarf Films
Mock editorial for “coming out in the shadow of hate”, an essay in which an LGBT author reminisces about overcoming intolerance and bullying from adolescent peers. Mixed Media, 2017.
Cover for zine titled Premonition, about the unforeseen danger in everyday contexts. Mixed Media, 2017.
Illustration based on the novel Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer, telling a journey of self-discovery into Alaska framed by its deadly outcome for the protagonist.
Illustrations based on Ray Bradbury's novel Fahrenheit 451, about the destruction of individual identity through book burning.
Cover for my comic The Garden, playing on East Asian motifs and the concept of "a lotus emerging from the mud" as a metaphor for self-discovery and actualization. Digital, 2018.
Editorial piece about Facebook's newsfeed update, designed to show users more posts from their social groups and less from third parties. Mixed Media, 2018.
Option 1 (Final): Playing on the idea of the bell jar, creating a serene sanctuary that separates personal interactions from online chaos.
Option 2: Removing toxic individuals while encouraging collaborative dialogue in the Facebook community.
Option 3: "A leopard can't change its spots" - Facebook attempting to cover up the problem of its reliance on clickbait.
Speculative gig poster for Lorde. Ink and Digital, 2017.
Mock cover and two-page spread for Emperor of All Maladies by Siddhartha Mukherjee, abstracting the structural physical chaos caused by cancer.
Illustrated poster of the poem Auguries of Innocence by William Blake. Watercolour, 2017.
6”x9” cover illustration for OCADU Student Press publication titled "What Works?” featuring an in-depth look at the experience of notable students and alumni.