Thursday, May 28, 2009
Me and my colleague, Stephanie Seliskar, are having a launch party on the 5th of June. I've attached a flyer with this blog posting. Please feel free to circulate the image to your friends (especially art directors) by right-clicking your mouse over the image and "save."
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Hope everyone had a great long weekend! Just finished doing a five day on location drawing stint with advertisement giant, Saatchi and Saatchi. It was a lot of fun and challenging cranking out close to fifty illustrations. Unfortunately, due to disclosure issues I can't post any of them (I really wish I could - sorry). It was quite busy working during the weekend, but I fortunately didn't miss two BBQ parties with a former student and another close friend.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
A Beautiful day in Manhattan area. I'm pleased and very excited to announce that Stephanie Seliskar and I have finally launched KOSS2 Illustration website. It's a joint project where photography meets illustration. You can visit it at www.koss2.com.
Friday, May 15, 2009
Days are getting warmer which is a good thing!
I was part of a jury for a students' art show in Hillsborough, NJ organized by veteran illustrator, Kevin Murphy who has just opened up The Art Academy of Hillsborough. You can visit their site at www.artacademyofhillsborough.com. I had the chance of meeting up with a good friend and classmate, Graig Kreindler, from School of Visual Arts.
Thursday, May 07, 2009
It's been quite the raining week this week. Not a single day has gone by without a rain. I've been juggling projects this week from advertising to the personal. I've picked up a side project about a pig (why not?) It's an semi auto biographical series of illustrations about myself as a pig. I'm hoping to get a compilation of this by MOCCA this summer.
Monday, May 04, 2009
Had a great weekend at the Brooklyn Botanical garden. Sunday was quite the rain day, but Saturday turned out to be quite nice and sunny! Thank you all who came and stopped by at the table. I sat close to an awesome artist, Kate Williamson, who has a great line art and color style which is reminds me of the wood block illustrators in Japan.