A series of bulls based on those present in ancient mythology, various cultures and religions. The idea was to portray each bull-figure in a manner depicting their majesty, monstrosity or power.
Four words. The Circle Of Life.
Inspired by the beautifully grotesque photography of Joel Peter Witkins, this was an attempt at creating an almost staged snap shot of the Titan Prometheus undergoing eternal torment as commanded by Zeus.
Mythology never fails to intrigue me.
A one page comic detailing quite literally. a life altering event.
Drawing from the concept of the Biblical forbidden fruit in the garden of Eden, this story illustrates the idea that selfish desires are often self deprecating which in turn would eventually lead to our own destruction. Unfortunately, it is inherent in man's nature to always want what he cannot have. The consolation however, is that only through our failures do we truly gain awareness.
A one page poster styled comic both inspired by and constructed with the lyrics of The Zephyr Song by The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
The concept was derived from the name Zephyr or Zephyrus, the god of the west wind in Greek mythology.
A short story personifying the idea that we will ( and are I guess ) ultimately suffer the consequences of environmental damage.
Drawings inspired by traditional American tattoo imagery.
The wolf is named Shadowtooth The Snarling and he feeds on unrelenting nightmares, the smell of fear and occasionally the aspirations of young illustrators.
Various portraits based on famous (or infamous) movie characters.
A series of geometric patterns derived from random imagery such as eyes, fingers, a bicycle wheel, an outdoor coffee table a bass guitar amplifier.
Various personal illustrative explorations.