Taleen Kali gave me the great honor of illustrating her limited edition scarf, only available to her first 50 Patreon subscribers (never fear– you can join her here!). I love drawing in black and white– honestly, it’s still probably my favorite!– and I love how the printing on this came out. It’s so clear, so crisp, and honestly, a goddamn delight to wear.
Jessica asked me to create illustrations for her newest book, Dreamworld. They are sprinkled throughout the entirety of the book, and the black and white contrasts the hyperreal mode of the meditations she shares inside.
So proud of my friend Milck, who sang her original anthem “I Can’t Keep Quiet” at the 2018 ESPY Awards. She asked me to create this handpainted denim jacket featuring lyrics from her song for her performance! OMG.
I LOVE creating custom pieces– it’s something I’ve done for years, since learning how to sew as a pre-teen. I’ve got loads of fun in this vein up my sleeve. You’re gonna FLIP!
Here it is! The final of three different covers for Taleen Kali’s set of singles off her e.p., Soul Songs. In the previous two pieces, I played around with repeated imagery: rose petals and certain painted brushstrokes, in particular. For this final installment, I opted to break the mold and play with how much I could cover Taleen and her environment with blue, as her song is about transformation. Pretty stoked on this– can this be a poster, pretty please? Oh wait, IT IS. Check it out on walls all over Los Angeles!
Here’s the single art for Lost & Bound, Taleen Kali’s second single off from her new e.p., Soul Songs. Taleen’s vision really worked into this one– she and I spent time talking about how the brushstrokes needed to move away from her body, almost like they’re radiating! It was so fun to really let loose on this piece, and I loved the challenge of working on a black and white ground.