Inspired by the gamelan shadow puppets of Indonesia, this poster is designed to reflect the uncertain difference between the land of waking (light) and the land of magic and dreaming (dark) that Shakespeare’s characters are caught in.
To me, home cannot be defined as just one place – it is an ever-changing connection of people, settings, stories, and memories. This collection of letters encapsulates some of the many stories I call home.
The Brothers Grimm: Collected Fairytales
A dust jacket inspired by the Grimms’ Snow White, in which a woman longs for a child with hair black as ebony, skin white as snow, and lips red as the rose upon which she pricks her finger, causing three drops of blood to fall to the snow at her feet.
Don’t Look Closely
Writing is important to me as a hobby, a means of catharsis, and as a part of my English Literature major. To showcase the written component of my degree I created this self-illustrated anthology of short fiction and poetry.
Sluts, Cloaks and Genitals
Fairytales of today are sweet and innocent fables with happy endings; fairytales of yesteryear were dark, gruesome and often ended in death. These posters and their deliberately crude titles are designed to demonstrate how fairytales have been censored since their coarse beginnings hundreds of years ago.