White People Suck!

Before thinking I’m a total racist jerk against my own ethnicity, read the post that explains one reason why white people make the world a little more difficult place. Continue reading

New Mission

What is your design weakness? Everyone has one. Some can’t use photography. Others can’t use illustrations. Some can only use one design style and others can only design for one medium. I’ve found that poster design is my beast that I must conquer. Wish me luck in this challenge. Continue reading

It’s Finally Here

The post I’ve been planning on doing for weeks now has finally been made! Hurray! It was even as bad as I thought it would be. Who would have guessed? Continue reading

The Forgotten

Do you ever feel like you neglect abstract ideas and objects. I do sometimes and that’s why I’ve decided to make this design in honor of the letter I mistreated. Continue reading

Remember Gum Ball Rally?

Thoughtlessly forgetting the letter I, I designed the letter J today. I had a few ideas for this one, including deer, octopus, and jaguar, but I ended up going with gum balls. What was I thinking? :) Continue reading

Some New Friends

Trying out some new Chinese Watercolor tools that I got for my birthday, I painted a popular Chinese symbol for divinity, enlightenment, and good luck. Its a beautiful symbol and I was aiming to paint the feelings of freedom that it generates. Continue reading


Playing up Chinese stereotypes, I decided to transform a funny face my girlfriend gave me today into a total fu man chu cliche. Continue reading


Ever hear about the legend of the Chupacabra? Its the Mexican equivalent to Bigfoot and today I made a coin celebrating it. Continue reading

What is Strength?

Do you find an appreciation towards tattoo artists? I do. I think they are phenomenal artists. Today I tried to celebrate the beauty of Mexican tattoo artists. I obviously didn’t get close their mastery but it was fun playing with the medium. Continue reading

Start of a Mexican Influence?

After a few days taking a break from the posts to hang out with my lovely girlfriend in So Cal, I decided to make an album cover blending themes from both 80’s rock metal and the stereotypical Mexican art found on tortilla chip bags. Let’s see how I did. Continue reading