Le Beauty Bar is fictional, but these images were actually created for CHANEL. The fantastic video animation was done by Engraving Image.
The safety cards I did for Air New Zealand led me to this project. The client wanted me to create a guide for international hikers that was clean, modern, and, most importantly, conveyed all of the rules and guidelines with pictograms and very little typography. That was a challenge, but I think the final product turned out great.
These are portraits for each of the writers of Vanity Fair Agenda. Conde Nast.
These images were used on posters, brochures, billboards, and busses. They wanted me to convey an array of ethnicities with a fun, modern, urban edge.
This was a collection of 12 modern holiday cards for Crane & Co.'s younger/hipper Chloe B. line. It features a less traditional color palette as well as a mix of on-trend patterns and holiday flavored silhouettes.
Air New Zealand wanted to upgrade their drab, boring safety cards with something more colorful and modern.
When drawing likenesses of people I always strive to make my subjects look chic, modern, and happy. No dieting required!
This was a series of large scale art prints that I did for the big window at Manhattan Friday for Halloween. I love horror films and I thought it would be a fun twist to focus on the women of horror rather than the usual monster superstars. You can buy prints and more at The Rural Modernist Shop.