Inner illustration for novel the Hobbits by J.RR Tolkien
“Our clocks keep track, ticking past seconds, minutes, hours, days. In Grand Central, the clock stands sentinel, measuring moments and bearing witness to the millions of people who stream through as we bustle to and from our family, our work, our passions, our lives,” said curator Amy Hausmann, Deputy Director, MTA Arts for Transit, in describing the inspiration for ON TIME/Grand Central at 100. “Grand Central is a place where past, present and future come together. The artists are thinking about a sense of time, bending it and exploring what this mythic and romantic place means to us.” See it for yourself! On view at the New York Transit Museum Gallery at Grand Central through Sunday, July 7. Get your own copy of this poster here!
Goodnight Lydia 2
Another scene from my children’s book Goodnight Lydia. The girl dreamed about a sea monster who was chasing her.
Bookplate illustration inspired by Alphonse Mucha.
This is a children’s book i made. its about a kid went through a bunch of wried dreams, fighting against fear. This is a scene from the book shows Lydia is walking though a narrow hallway, where in the end there is a empty space for her head.