I am an artist from Long Beach, California. My mother had given me a foundation in drawing and painting, as she was proficient in both. My work is concentrated on illustration and storytelling, with nods to science fiction, horror, comic style, nature, and the paranormal. I work predominantly in pen and ink, love to explore […]
DreamOut People’s Project is a customized workshop that blends oral history, creative writing and visual art for the purpose of community building. Our mission is to nurture dynamic connections between community members that inspire, educate and empower. The aim of this workshop is to establish the foundation for resilience, growth and social change within our […]
Big Tank Community Group is The bridge between community groups and activists putting together fundraisers for children and artists that contribute to our mission. Our goal is to help all community groups to better themselves in completing small passionate projects geared towards improving our community through art ,activism and media in the greater Long Beach […]
I am an artist and illustrator based in Whittier, CA. My work is an exploration of my stream of consciousness, emotions, and other intricacies of my human experience. I often depict colorful, expressive, often comical cartoon like characters. I create illustrations, comic strips, zines, merchandise, paintings, and am always eager to explore new mediums and […]
My work primarily deals with expressing emotions and feelings, which can be seen through my characters. As my illustrations are usually character driven, I aim to tell a story and let people who view my work relate to it or empathize with it. Sometimes these pieces are lighthearted and fun and other times they are […]
Whether it be murals or gallery pieces, I’d love to describe my artwork as a vessel or a time machine that takes the viewers backwards and forwards in time with me. Nostalgia is a heavy underlying theme from my childhood – contrasting socio-economic lifestyles of people I witnessed growing up in Tondo, Manila, vivid colors […]
A ubiquitous bard plagued by an implacable passion for parables, proverbs, and pleasing palaver.