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“Natural Selection” Interior Decor: Pink Stag Beetle

Natural Selection For those who follow my work, you know Natural science has been a strong source of inspiration. My “Natural Selection” series is a collection of insect specimens for people who would rather not collect actual insect specimens. Through the use of expressive brush strokes and wild color applications, I like to bring these fascinating creatures into […] Read more

Designing for the Future: Trends We Need to Consider Now

Designing for the Future: Travel Centers as Culture Hubs I am writing a series of posts exploring the topics of art, retail and hospitality trends influencing the design of Travel Centers as Culture Hubs. This post about trends affecting architectural design is a part of the Design Blogger Competition organized by CGTrader and a perfect opportunity to introduce key trends defining the future […] Read more

Urban Architecture Sketching NYC: World Trade Center

Westfield World Trade Center For my third summer sketch location I went to Westfield World Trade Center. I’m a big fan of Santiago Calatrava especially for designing the Milwaukee Art Museum addition. I can’t always get back to Wisconsin when I like so this gorgeous little anomaly is my NYC fix. There is controversy about the significance, cost, […] Read more

Comme des Garçons Art of the In-Between MET Sketches

Comme des Garçons “Art of the In-Between” Summer Fridays are here! This week, I sketched at the MET costume institute’s new exhibition, Rei Kawakubo/ Comme des Garçons “Art of the In-Between“. Fashion is a source of inspiration, especially when the construction and concept exceeds the expectation of function. When fashion elevates the idea of form […] Read more

Urban Architecture Sketching NYC: Whitney Museum

Architecture Sketching The Whitney Museum I love sketching from life, be it figure drawing at Society of Illustrators or travel sketching. Summer is rapidly approaching. I plan to do more sketching of some of my favorite New York City locations. Here is the first sketch of summer, the Whitney Museum. If you’d like to receive […] Read more