Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Monday, February 27, 2012
A couple of things just for you, internet! First up, an illo for Inc. Magazine about Ad Agencies investing in start-ups and how it can be a mutually beneficial relationship. I had a ton of fun with this piece :3 AD: Sarah Garcea
Next up is a spread and a cover for Vegas Seven Magazine! The article is called “Live After Death” and is about how being dead is good for business, especially in LV where, evidently, people are mad weird.
AD: Chris Jones
And last but not least, some spots for Adweek! Working with weeklies is both awesome and daunting because of the super quick deadlines, but I’m pretty happy with these (especially that shredder on the right)!
AD: Ron GoodmanIn other news, I'm moving my studio into room 502 at the Pencil Factory in Greenpoint, Brooklyn! It's super exciting since I've been working alone since graduating from college. w000!
also, if you have a tumblr you can follow me! I post much more regularly over there.
more stuff soon ;D <3
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Here's a piece that ran yesterday in the Wall Street Journal about the annual race to the top of the Empire State Building! AD: Rebecca Markovitz
I also did these fun drawings of sports stadium for Adweek! CD: Nick Mrozowski
Also, I am told that this series of soccer player drawings was accepted into this years Communication Arts! wooooo!
more things soon! xoxo niq <3
Monday, January 30, 2012
Monday, January 16, 2012
Monday, December 19, 2011
Thursday, December 15, 2011
This is in the latest issue of aiCIO for an article about investing in commodities.
AD: SooJin Buzelli
also, I did a spread for the December issue of Baltimore Magazine! They even put up a little write-up of me in the front :3
Monday, December 5, 2011
I did the feature article in this month’s (January) Runner’s World. The cover headline is “New Year, New You” and the article is a number of running resolutions for 2012. Pick a copy up EVERYWHERE EVER. I've still been doing these soccer quickie things!
so many athletic people!
also, if you're a MICA illustration senior in Warren Linn's thesis section, I will be your guest critic! ;D