Saturday, February 28, 2009

The Copenhagen Interpretation

In response to quantum mechanics, specifically the Copenhagen Interpretation, comes this illustration.
I'm working with some stylistic ideas, tendencies, and likings that I hope will coalesce nicely soon.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Marc by Marc Jacobs

As an assignment, I and two other students were given a designer and told to narratively illustrate their clothes on figures, in a setting, for a magazine spread. I was assigned as the concept leader, and my team picked the Spring 2009 RTW collection for Marc by Marc Jacobs, and chose three concepts to help us create our image -- mischief, urban roller skaters, and a Central Park Zoo safari. We split up the work accordingly, and developed a time line for turn around processes in order to complete the assignment in a timely manner. I drew the figures and apparel, and I'm pretty satisfied with their outcomes. There are some general detailed problems with them, but over-all, I'm pleasantly surprised with what I did!

Friday, February 6, 2009


I've been doing a lot lately, namely making tons of images. As such, I will be doing more work oriented posts this semester. Yay, right? These images are from a series I did for my fashion illustration course, using designs from Elie Saab's Fall 2008 Haute Couture line. I thought that they fit very nicely on beautiful women roaming the hazy, midsummer fields surrounding Versaille palace, c. 1780.

Gouache and Watercolor on Arches Watercolor, 140 lb Hot Press
These pieces were fun (if you couldn't tell, I really like flowers and hair).