Trash Bags is series of artworks exploring the meaning of compassion and challenging the social construct that is a "street cat". Since "street cats" and are commonly viewed as mere garbage trinkets (specifically in the middle east), this series invites the viewer to reconsider their attitude toward these ill-treated creatures. These paintings were created in watercolor on cold press paper.
Trumpet and Tweeting Birds
Origins Of Aggression
This piece is a mock piece that I created for a hypothetical National Geographic show based on the idea of the Origins of Aggression. The painting was done digitally from start to finish. I used both Photoshop and Corel Painter.
Mock poster illustration and design for a hypothetical modern Frankenstein. Illustration done digitally from start to finish. Painted in both Photoshop and Corel Painter.
Footsteps of Mankind
Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children
This is a mock book cover for Ransom Riggs' Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. This illustration is created digitally.
This is a mock cover for Ibraheem Abbas' HWJN. Illustrated traditionally in water color.
This piece was meant to accompany an article about pessimism and its benefits as opposed to optimism. In a humorous twist it illustrates how optimism can be useless at times. This illustration is rendered in graphite and colored digitally.
"The Mind Reader"
A redesign for an article about a Neurologist written by Susan Kruglinski and featured in Discover Magazine.