An invitation project I worked on before to fill up my illustration portfolio. I was approached by a client to illustrate a circus-themed birthday party invite for a one year-old. The client provided a photo of the birthday celebrant for the clown to resemble.
I was happy for the chance to illustrate scenes with a very Filipino flavor for the graduate project of some Stanford MA students. These illustrations were used to accompany e-books for teaching young Filipino students in rural areas in the Philippines.
This adorable boutique-style bakery selling cakes and cupcakes approached me for their branding. Rebecca, the owner, wanted a cute, sweet, and vintage look for her promotional postcard, logo, and various icons for use in their packaging and website. Their shop is located in Twickenham in London, England. Drop by if you’re in the area and eat a cupcake for me!
Select illustrated game scenes for a 2011 Hollywood movie website’s interactive games section. I can’t tell you what the movie is (non-disclosure agreements and such) but there are talking animals involved!
Three unique friends embark on a journey of discovery which reveals their individual talents. A heart-warming tale of how team work makes the dream work!
An e-book I illustrated, written by Chris and Melissa Bugaj. Download the e-book here, via a free download of the Flying Books e-reader app on the App Store.
A variety of colorful creatures created for online game characters targeted for very young children. They didn’t make it past the project pitch (the client went with a different set of characters I designed) but monsters these were a lot of fun to work on :)
I'm a freelance illustrator/graphic designer living in Parañaque City, south of Manila, Philippines. I draw and doodle, do crafts, paint, surf the Internet a lot, travel occasionally, blog randomly, and take pictures.