brush & ink, highlighterThe patterns on a monitor lizard are truly florescent against their black skin, which I accented with a highlighter.Read More
Project Tag: ink
brush & ink, marker, colored pencilThis is the first in the series Growing Nowhere, which explores botanicals and the female figure. Each image employs a slightly different illustration technique.Read More
I once fostered three rescued lab rats until I was able to find them a loving home. This short time instilled in me a great appreciation for these beings.Read More
A Big Spill
brush & ink, digital color In 2014, the BP owned Whiting refinery in Indiana leaked between 630 to 1,638 gallons of crude oil into Lake Michigan. Ironically, the incident occurred less than two weeks after the U.S. lifted BP’s ban on bidding Gulf of Mexico oil leases since the massive Macondo disaster in 2010. Read…Read More
This illustration was inspired by the adventures of three rescued lab rats from a University of Michigan biological laboratory. I loved them all very much.Read More
Chicken Or The Egg?
What should really matter most—the chicken or the egg? Check out An Important Piece on Egg-Laying Hens on Urban Hermits blog.Read More
This is an icon of my childhood growing up near Lake Erie.Read More
brush & ink, digital color The Ojibwe are Anishinaabe First Nations people native to Canada and the United States. Their creation story, often referred to as “Turtle Island” is especially inspiring. Read more: The Ojibwe Creation Story: Turtle Island.Read More
Haven’t You Heard?
This illustration was created for the blog post Become a Citizen Scientist! I was inspired by Bat Detective, a project that had accumulated thousands of bat sound recordings to aid in tracking populations affected by global climate and habitat change.Read More