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11/16/2011A spread taken from my typographic and illustrated Lewis Carroll’s  “Jabberwocky”.  Textures, patterns and interesting visuals combine to  weave together  the well-known story in a fun and new way.
It can be found HERE

11/16/2011
A spread taken from my typographic and illustrated Lewis Carroll’s “Jabberwocky”. Textures, patterns and interesting visuals combine to weave together the well-known story in a fun and new way.


It can be found HERE

11/14/2011A page taken from my typographic and illustrated Lewis Carroll’s “Jabberwocky”.  Textures, patterns and interesting visuals combine to weave together  the well-known story in a fun and new way.
It can be found HERE

11/14/2011
A page taken from my typographic and illustrated Lewis Carroll’s “Jabberwocky”. Textures, patterns and interesting visuals combine to weave together the well-known story in a fun and new way.


It can be found HERE

11/12/2011A page taken from my “Phobias: The Fear of the Silly, Sublime, and The Ridiculous” book. It is inspired by old Victorian snake oil ads. The spreads feature  ads and humorous typography written and compiled by me.
It can be found HERE

11/12/2011
A page taken from my “Phobias: The Fear of the Silly, Sublime, and The Ridiculous” book. It is inspired by old Victorian snake oil ads. The spreads feature ads and humorous typography written and compiled by me.

It can be found HERE

11/11/2011A page taken from my book “Mrs. McTats and Her Houseful of Cats”. It is written by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and re-illustrated by me  (originally illustrated by Joan Rankin). The story follows a little old  lady named Mrs. McTats, and her love of cats. Not only is it fun and  engaging for young ones, it doubles as a counting and an alphabet book.It can be found HERE

11/11/2011
A page taken from my book “Mrs. McTats and Her Houseful of Cats”. It is written by Alyssa Satin Capucilli and re-illustrated by me (originally illustrated by Joan Rankin). The story follows a little old lady named Mrs. McTats, and her love of cats. Not only is it fun and engaging for young ones, it doubles as a counting and an alphabet book.

It can be found HERE

11/6/2011A little boy and his dragon

11/6/2011
A little boy and his dragon

10/21/2011How do dinosaurs say goodnight?

10/21/2011
How do dinosaurs say goodnight?

9/9/2011Walter the hippo is ready for school in his sharp cardigan and glasses a-la Buddy Holly - how stylin’.

9/9/2011
Walter the hippo is ready for school in his sharp cardigan and glasses a-la Buddy Holly - how stylin’.

7/7/2011Gloria! The main character from my senior project, a self-written and illustrated children’s book called “Gloria Has the Greedies”.

7/7/2011
Gloria! The main character from my senior project, a self-written and illustrated children’s book called “Gloria Has the Greedies”.

7/6/2011Stuart the worm (the book type, obviously)

7/6/2011
Stuart the worm (the book type, obviously)