Coloring books are no longer just for the kids. For over a decade, researchers and art therapists alike have touted the calming benefits. A once-niche hobby has now grown into a full-on trend, with everyone from researchers at Johns Hopkins University to the editors of Yoga Journal suggesting coloring as an alternative to meditation. Rendered in line ink and vectorized, the coloring book project was aimed at helping adults reduce stress and tap into their inherent creativity.
Iconic game sprites have always fascinated me.
I took Pac Man and the ghosts that hate him and gave them the look of a old-timey boxers.
The images were drawn and inked by hand, then colored and textured in Photoshop to give them the affect of being wheat-pasted onto a concrete wall.
These logos are all drawn and inked by hand, then vectored in Illustrator for various projects.
The Bananas were drawn as concepts for a International Hostel in Taipei.
The next two logos are for for a friend's questionably named clothing company Ear Me Now.
These vector graphics were created for a new educational website that offers bite sized lessons for students of all disciplines. The client wanted a hand drawn style, bright eye catching colors, and generic objects to express the diversity of their lessons and teaching methods.