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I spend a fair amount of time in Los Angeles, Venice in particular, and I'm hugely fond of this part of the world. On my recent trip I discovered some unprimed wooden panels at the local art store and decided to try working on something a little different whilst I was here.
I took influence from the beach palettes of my daily runs along Venice Boardwalk:
Produced in the afternoon sunshine, powered by green juice and avocado on toast, I produced a triptych study of hands and hair - something I am currently obsessed with drawing.
Pencil, charcoal, and acrylic on unprimed wood panel. 8 x 10"
Let me know what you think :)
For a great guide to what to see and do in Venice, check out this blog post by The BLDG 25 Blog.
Delighted to have illustrated a 2017 calendar for E-Max
With over 800,000 sq.feet of shopping space, E-Max is your ultimate entertainment and hospitality destination. The 25 thousand sq feet auto mall with cars from all over the world, home furniture centre, E-Max WearHouse, the one-stop wedding solutions; If you are looking for creative stimulation, join our selection of concerts and exhibitions as well as the new cinema, The Metroplex. And of course, there are wide selections of food and beverage outlets to spur your appetite!
Never in my dreams as an aspiring fashion illustrator in Hong Kong, did I think that I would one day walk into a store to see my work, or an article about my work, in four magazines on the shelf!
October issues, out now.
Editorial illustrations for Ecozine magazine, Spring 2016 issue. Out now.
For lucky babies born in April (including me!), their birthstone is Diamond. The popularity of birthstones dates back to ancient times when civilizations believed that gemstones had incredible powers such as luck, health and prosperity.
I recently worked with the HK based creative agency, What If, who develop live and impactful experiences for luxury brands. They asked for my illustrated touch for a concept that they were presenting, which involved the sketching and layout of beautiful 1920s costumes and settings.
Here are a few of the images from the story concept:
This dynamic, contemporary lifestyle brand asked me to design the event invitation and the bookmark, which would be used as social currency to redeem the treat of your choice at the market by sharing a snap of the market on Facebook/instagram.
The market itself featured esteemed local HK partners, serving up light bites, artisanal coffees, floral bouquets, a curated selection of rare books, and a bespoke stationary set that I was personalising on-site.
I also decorated two chalkboards on display at the market, with quotes selected from limited edition Oscar Wilde and Jane Austen books, as displayed by Lok Man Rare Books
Here are a few photos from the event, there are plenty more on Instagram #CMMarket and I will share the professional photos, once available.
In conjunction with some of Hong Kong’s finest designers, artists and socialites, luggage brand Tumi held a “Makes Life Beautiful Work” campaign for spring 2013. The event was held at The Space on Hollywood Road, and marked the 30th anniversary of Tumi’s pioneering use of military-grade ballistic nylon in its bags.