Project with Antoine Doublet. For the boutique Picotti Picotta (La Cerise Sur L’Apero) located in Vieux Lille, France. We were asked to help decorate the boutique for the opening on May 15th, 2014. Drawn with white chalk on black walls. Picotti Picotta Facebook Page La Cerise Sur L’Opera
Project with Antoine Doublet. For the Splin Cocktail Bar in Lille, France, I was asked to help them display their menu in a creative and more visible manner, along with several illustrations depicting the style and mood that the bar wanted to convey to its clientele. White chalk on black walls. Splin Bar Facebook Page
Project with Antoine Doublet. For the Cafe Oz ( Australian Bar ) in Lille, France, I was asked to help them display special prices around the bar. Written with white chalk and black walls and blackboard. Cafe Oz Website Cafe Oz Facebook Page
Project with Antoine Doublet. For the Queen’s Head Pub in Lille, France, I was asked to help them display their menu in a more visible manner. Written with chalk on black walls. Queen’s Head Facebook Page
For my Computer Design class, I created a series of posters representing the city of Lille, France. The monuments shown are the Beffroi and the Opera House. The posters were made in Adobe Illustrator.
Personal project in which I wanted to show the connection between nature and man through an illustration. The blue part of the “face” represents the Earth’s oceans/rivers/lakes, and water in general. The “eyes” are made up of plant-like specimens, and the “nose” is a tree with roots. All together, these elements produce a “face”, which represents the human species. Made…
As part of a school workshop, we were given one week to illustrate on a school wall a scene of our choosing. We decided as a group to create a humorous apocalyptic scene of the city of Lille halfway submerged. With each person in charge of illustrating a piece or several pieces, the goal was to combine everyone’s different styles…
A painting I made for my own personal pleasure. Made with spraypaint, a paintknife, and gloss cardboard. I first sprayed different layers of spraypaint onto the cardboard, then used an old newspaper to mix the colors together. I then took a paint knife and carved away the drawing of the shrimp.
We were asked to create a lamp for use in a cultural setting, using any technique we desired. I chose a church for my setting, and my lamp is inspired by the stain glass windows we see in churches. It is made out of white cardboard, colored tracing paper, and glue.
“A new look at a classic” A group project in my photo class, we were asked to create an advertisement for a brand of our choice. Inspired by the old advertisements for Campbell’s Soup, we wanted to upgrade and modernize the imagery, while keeping the concept the same. We decided to keep the photo simple and elegant, with a solid…