At a pivotal moment in my life I had to search for the way to stay balanced. And upon a night, Circus Friends and I found the way.
As a kid, the only part of math I enjoyed was the Tangram, and I still never tire of playing with simple geometry. No curves allowed here.
Again, working with only straight lines and angles. There's no way I could ever come close to realistically mimicking the beauty of nature. Therefore, I most often favor abstraction.
A half synthetic, organic plant thingy flying around on a chunk of earth. What does your core look like?
The colorful, yet brutal world of Quest of Fury. Beware of Owl Bears. More...
A practice in perspective. I first drafted the city as geometric shapes from a direct top-down 2-dimensional view. I then distorted that element into a vanishing perspective and began building the city one line at a time.
A satirical piece on how the over abundance of mundane choices can enslave us. I found this to be especially so in Japan where people seem to work non-stop. But at least they have the cutest products in the world. More...