It is always funny to see what direction your art takes. After growing up doing graffiti and comics, I have adopted a very cartoon-ish style. Graphic design has added the element of design to everything, but the comic style stayed. I've done work for companies, primarily for children's clothing, because of my style. I am learning to love it. Art is a process and I am growing to really enjoy my girly cartoons.
This next series of work, I think I'm going to fully embrace this style and start dubbing it "art to put in your kid's rooms". Partially as a joke, partially because it is kid-friendly and sticks mostly to odd shapes, pastel colors and can be read.
As a kid I was fascinated with books and art. I loved how a series of drawing could tell a story. One of my favorite books was called "Vera the Mouse" and featured many pages of intricately drawn mouse homes in trees, rabbit holes and the private lives of tiny animals. That intricacy has translated over to my work through abstract and recognizable shapes. I hope both kids and adults will enjoy the end result of this work.