Watercolor is my favorite media, and quite possible the one that I had most success in developing an unic/strong style. Most of these where done using traditional media mixed with digital touches. At the present moment, i'm a featured artist at Grumbacher, as a watercolor expert (not sure about that but i'm very proud anyways)
What is art? What is Pop? What is Poop? These are the main questions that comes to my mind when i'm working (in the bathroom).
Jokes aside, I am a nostalgia boy. I've been inspired by retro/vintage aesthetics since I had Art History in college. Maybe it's the low-tech print imperfections, the textures, the absurd subjects, the typography, and everything else, that makes the images feel more human and personal, as if you could understand that there's someone behind that piece, and not just a computer. Or maybe it's just because it makes me remember my awesome childhood.
The fact is that this nostalgic culture has shaped part of my style and keeps inspiring me along my endless journey as a illustrator
Over the years I develop a strange ability to draw zombies. It started as a fun thing for me, but opened doors for very cool projects, from rock band's t-shirts to a survival guide book for the apocalipse (commissioned by LeNovo).
Curiously, I used myself as a reference on almost all of them, so I guess you could call this a self-post-apocalyptic-portrait-kind-of-project.
As Tall As Lions was an unique indie rock band from Long Island, New York. I was firstly invited to create a t-shirt design, but our relationship was extended when the band decided to split, and I was proudly asked to create their farewell tour posters. I held this project very close to my heart as I am a big fan of their music. It saddens me that the band is over but I felt honored to contribute in some way with their story