This illustration is about the list of things required at the beginning of the school year.
A proposed magazine cover about autumn in the city.
A page from Ellabug published by Diversion Press.
The poster celebrates bharatanatyam - classical Indian dance - the showcase of the school's charity performance.
My winning Entry in the 1st New Yorker Eustace Tilly contest.
The illustration was to accompany an article on parental exhaustion especially among those with young boys.
Skew magazine covered topics pertaining to education. Skew won a Clarion and Apex prize.
A poster telling library patrons about a book ordering service at the Washington State University libraries.
Another page from the book Ellabug. Ellabug's family is a crazy mix of different animals.
The character is designed to be a symbol of toxic household waste and was commissioned by Metro Seattle.
A proposed magazine cover for issue on global climate change.
A proposed magazine cover for end of the year issue looking back at gridlock in congress.
A quick piece meant to subtly bring to mind the trauma of Hurricane Katrina.
This illustration was for an article about how Republicans challenged the nomination of Sonia Sotomayor.
To address the theme of craving, I found it humorous to use the notion of the downside to superpowers.
An early piece for an upcoming book. I scrapped this particular image because I felt that bullfighting may not be kid appropriate.
A poster celebrating bharatanatyam dance and its long history by evoking early Indian artwork - Kangra painting in particular.
I painted this to celebrate my silly cat's lack of will to kill annoying pests that invade our house.
Perhaps our consumer culture is not attractive to aliens and that is the real reason why we haven't made contact with extraterrestrial life.
This illustration was to be made into a giant billboard celebrating a model train exhibit at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle.
In the book Ellabug, our hero follows a family of ants and is dismayed by how their life is centered around work.
A concept sketch for a costume for a game company.
Strand is a webcomic published at strand.thewebcomic.com.
The illustration is meant to accompany an article explaining what happens to animals in the winter.
The cartoon served as a light-hearted way to discuss different approaches to teaching and learning.
I created this after my neighbor's home foreclosed. One night I noticed a light go on even though they'd long since moved out. Under foreclosure, I assume the ghost had to move too.