A small collection of illustrations done in gouache on corrugated cardboard. I made a ton of these in the late nineties while living in New York City; most Korean delis would cut up their cardboard boxes with fantastic prints on it, a perfect opportunity to play visually. Unfortunately, I sent most of these gouache paintings as postcards to clients and didn't bother to make copies. The ones featured in this gallery are a mix of published and play or unpublished.
How to top Your Political Opposed in a Election Year
Online Bulling; Atlanta Monthly
Climate Change Leads to Erratic Weather
Rapper for RCA Records.
Out of Fresh Food, Series of 3 for NACS Magazine; Eason Associates
Breathing New Ideas Into Yahoo; Business Week
Convention Centers Roll out the Green Carpet to A New Audience; Corporate Meeting & Incentive Magazine