Fragmentary Colossal Head of a Youth,
2nd century B.C





03—2020
Illustration studies—Japan


I’m currently on a 6 week tour of Japan and have been drawing the whole time. The sights have been so inspiring—design, colors, textures, clothing, manga, nature, architecture, etc. It’s all culminating into this new style I’ve been experimenting with.



02—2020
Found quote

‘There is nothing sacred about the act of putting pigment on canvas with a brush that makes it inherently different than making a chair, or a pot. A painting is just a painting. Some other qualities makes it ‘art’, and a piece of architecture or design approaches art as and when it expresses the same quality.’

John Pawson, architect



02—2020
My favorite living designer

I’ve reached a point where I’m most inspired by my own work—it’s taken me nearly 15 years of practicing design to get there.



01—2020 





12—2019 
‘Concept’ Art


In 1953, Robert Rauschenberg created a conceptual artwork by erasing a drawing given to him by the famous artist, Willem de Kooning. It is an early example of art as ‘ideas’ rather than ‘aesthetics’ alone. The artwork leaves us with only the idea of a drawing—and our curiosity for what’s not there.




11—2019
Trip to Naoshima, Japan


1. Passageway, Chichu Art Musem
2. Entrance to the Monet Room
3–4. Inside Teshima Art Museum
5. Sculpture by Antony Gormly, Benesse House
6. View from Naoshima Island



11—2019
Found quote

‘Always carry a notebook. And I mean always. The short-term memory only retains information for three minutes; unless it is committed to paper you can lose an idea forever.’

Will Self, author



09—2018 

Void—Art, Painting


08—2018

Horizon—Art, Drawing


San Francisco, USA