A mini glow-in-the-dark zine about the "immortal jellyfish", Turritopsis Dohrnii, and other existential musings.
This zine is available for purchase at my shop and Etsy. You may also view the zine at the Brooklyn Museum.
My 2nd series of glow-in-the-dark zines. This series is about the toughest, smallest creature on the planet, The Water Bear, and more existential questions about being human.
This zine is available for purchase at my shop and Etsy.
Food in the shape of cats.
Pokemon-inspired silk screen print for the "Kanto At The Guild" Show at Gallery At The Guild. "Kanto At The Guild" featured works from 50+ artists who re-imagined the 151 original Pokemon.
The entire show is currently available as a digital art book on Gumroad.
The modern pizza has multicultural origins. Pizza came from Naples, Italy, but Babylonians, Greeks, Romans, Indians, Persians, Israelites, and Egyptians once ate versions of the dish as well.
Plants in their own habitats.
A daily routine for the cat lady.
This piece received 4th place at the Phillustration 9 Show at the Philadelphia Sketch Club.
An illustration of the element Bismuth.
It takes a billion times the age of the universe for half of the Bismuth-209 isotope to decay.