• Illustration

    Make Art That Sells, Week 1: Paper

    I’ve gone back to school! But not the kind of school you’re expecting– that’s boring. Last March, I signed up for Lilla Rogers’ Make Art That Sells e-course. Lilla Rogers Studio is my DREAM agency (I don’t know if I’m supposed to say that as I’m already represented by another agency!) and Lilla reps a few of my favorite artists (among them, Jillian Philips and Mike Lowery). Lilla is one of the world’s top illustration agents and I tell you, I see her artists’ work on products all the time, even here in Manila. You know her artists and the studio must be really successful and get a lot of projects if…

  • Illustration,  News

    Tea Party illustrations for Glottogon

    Excited to show you a project I did months ago! I was just waiting for it to be out and available 🙂 Earlier this year, Australian toy company Glottogon commissioned me to create 15 illustrations with a tea party theme. They provided the brief and the color palette, and it was up to me to take their concept and have fun with it. And have fun I did! This may be my most fun project so far. The illustrations were to be used for their memory match series of games, targeted for children 3-6 years old. Glottogon provided me a list of words/objects to illustrate (i.e. triangle sandwiches, cake, coffee…