A selection of images from my zine, Monsters! They're Just Like Us. The zine holds a collection of illustrations depicting monsters out in the everyday world, from Dracula getting his teeth cleaned to a mermaid making sushi.
Dressing for Comfort
For and article about shaping your style around comfort. Armour Magazine.
Free the Nipple
For an article on the Free the Nipple movement. Armour Magazine.
A wordless, visual narrative, told in 20 key frames, that illustrates the legendary tall tale of the time Pecos Bill rode a tornado.
An editorial illustration to accompany a review of the movie, Whiplash.
Has Anyone Seen Percy?
A children's book spread created around the given text:
When Percy got to his house, he crawled through the fence and sat looking at the back door.
One of the family looked out and said, "There is a strange dog in the back yard... by the way, has anyone seen Percy?"
For an article on negotiating masculinity as an Asian American man in the face of stereotypes in the media. Washington University Political Review.
Travel posters for Botswana and Iceland.
The California Drought
Illustration for an article on the California drought's emphasis of economic disparity. Washington University Political Review.
An illustration built around the fortune cookie message, "nothing can kill curiosity."
Distilling the Heavens
For an article on light pollution's affect on stargazing. The Washington University Political Review.