I love to make art using all kinds of materials, I get a lot of inspiration from fashion, cartoons, comic books, and candy!
I specialize in character design, drawing, gouache, painting, quirky doodles.
… for me right now.
Jelly gouache and Posca pen on magnetic paper. This little tiger is living as a fridge magnet now.
Frederick was contemplating geese flying south for winter and dreaming about moving to Florida.
* Starting is easy, it's the middle that is often a muddle. And I won't even mention the endings. Here are some beginnings for children stories that flitter through my head.
Even lopsided plants deserve some attention.
Brush pens and Posca markers on coloured A4.
Here’s a bunch of oldies from ca. 2000-2005, which I came across while moving houses...
My first try at dip pen art. Found that it's cheap and there's less of an environmental burden considering disposable fine liners.
When I saw this vintage Boston Terrier pull toy I just had to illustrate it. My favorite nickname for Annabelle is LuLu. I hope Barky doesn’t mind.
TBT. Yes, time totally rots. And posting a throw back Thursday on a Wednesday evening is my meager attempt to mess with it.
Today was a day to go crazy in my Moleskine and then continue it on my iPadPro. It was so much fun to just let my brain take me for a ride and was pure therapy on a day where a lot of crap was coming from many directions.
A slightly older pencil drawing from last year, untitled.
Playing with the format of the envelope, and making some mail extra fun!
Another doodle realised for my personal 100 Days Project.
Mixed media doodle collage over Carhartt ad - using oil pastels, pen, watercolor, highlighter and glue
"His heart turned off when his mind needed to listen." ~ A blackout poem from a recycled page of Riding with the Hides of Hell, now titled Burnout.