The finished illustration for a story in the April ’09 issue of Words Without Borders. It’s a story about the alphabet, and the first mention is of the Arabic word “azar”—a flower of evil portent.
I got an email yesterday from Words Without Borders, a nonprofit dedicated to the translation and publication of international literature, who wanted me to do an illustration for their April online story. Apparently they found me through my friend the honorable and incredibly talented Joel Priddy’s website, which was very cool. Even though it’s aContinue reading “Unexpected Opportunity”
First one in the Tama series, which means “round” in Japanese, for obvious reasons. I tried to analyze why those round shapes were so appealing to me. They remind me of bubbles, of eggs, of reproduction–things that many women going into their late 30s think about, I think. Circles are geometric yet organic, and itContinue reading “New Series: Tama”