I designed this propaganda-style digital illustration to pair with the short story “Health for All” by Cuban science-fiction author Yoss. The intentional repetition of the poster alludes to the pervasive presence of an invasively controlling health campaign in this work of dystopian fiction. Yoss’s short story can be read in the November 2018 issue of World Literature Today.
Like many businesses and organizations adapting quickly to the COVID-19 pandemic, Austin Bat Cave has also been adjusting their in-person programs to bring online writing and creative expression opportunities to the children they serve here in Texas. Enter, the OWL. Austin Bat Cave has launched an Online Writing Lab and they needed a mascot to brand the […]
Norman Eye Associates is based in Norman, Oklahoma. The website features a clean, minimal design with lime accents that coordinate with the interior decoration at the optometry clinic’s new location. Give it a test drive at normaneeyeassociates.com.
Full album artwork design for Portland, Oregon musician Beth Wood. Cover photo by Rodney Bursiel. Inside photo by Cassy Berry.
Independent publisher Mezcalita Press is based in Wimberly, Texas and they focus on publishing written works by writers and artists in the music world. The client requested a look that united the agave plants of the Texas Hill County with books.
Book cover design for Ladder to the Light by award-winning, singer, songwriter, and poet Beth Wood of Portland, Oregon. Published by Mezcalita Press, Ladder to the Light is the winner of the 2019 Oregon Book Awards Readers’ Choice Award and was chosen as a finalist for the 2019 Oregon Book Awards – Stafford/Hall Prize for Poetry.
Designed for World Literature Today magazine’s 90th year of continuous publication. My concept centered on conveying modernity while also referencing the rich history of the magazine.
My illustration for the cover of the September 2011 issue of World Literature Today started from a doodle of a man walking with book stilts. The cover feature, “Poetry Untethered,” ended up with this final iteration of a person sitting and reading in the clouds.
I built this website for photographer Yousef Khanfar, who was promoting his Invisible Eve photography series that documents the lives of incarcerated women in Oklahoma. The website also features a WooCommerce shopping cart, responsive design, and parallax scrolling for the homepage. See the full site at www.yousefkhanfar.com.