In Trinidad and Tobago, cannabis was decriminalized on December 23rd, 2019. A few days before the 23rd, I got the idea for this teeshirt design and decided to go for it immediately. I did the design, bought some teeshirts and printed the teeshirts using a plotter and industrial heat press. They were really well received, and people are looking forward to the follow-up iteration of it that is not Christmas-specific.
Pencil drawing of Ras Shorty I – done for programme/ticket for Patrons of Queen’s Hall Arts camp production.
This is a digital painting, done using my Wacom tablet. I have been so proud of how Trinidad and Tobago collectively handled the sad news that Thema Williams would no longer represent us at Rio Olympic Games 2016. In the many emotions displayed, the prevailing thread was hurt. Red; our national colour and also the colour of our blood – symbolises our solidarity but also our national consciousness, being pained into reaction. It was like we’d all been cut open. Maybe it’s because we have all, at some point, felt the sting of injustice and we had all just […]
This is a deeply personal digital drawing. I did it on the computer at a time when I was exploring personal philosophies. It speaks for itself, and still says much about how I view the world and myself.
Steve is an old friend of my mom and whilst chatting with him one day, he showed much interest in my style of work, as it related to some of his woodcraft. We decided to take a shot at painting one of his cupboards. I drafted the design first and then proceeded to sketch it in pencil, and then paint it in with acrylic.
In my illustrations, I’ve explored various techniques, both computer drawn and hand-sketched, lengthy pencil-drawings and short doodles. I’m fond of pencils, charcoal and color pencils, but will continue experimenting with markers, paint-markers, pastels and other mediums.