This self portrait was inspired by a selfie taken on a day of a dance competition. The photo was used and turned into a vector illustration. The background is made to be organic and abstract compared to the foreground.
Self Portrait 2.0
This illustration was made to reflect my usual style of drawing. My style is more on the cutesy, cartoony, chibi-looking side.
Branding and Identity | Illustration
This logo was made as a personal project to represent my friends group, Spam. It is made to be printed on crewnecks for each member and given as a Christmas gift. The logo depicts a spam masubi brought to life with script type overlaying the seaweed.
This series of 1st generation Pokemon starters and Eeveelution was illustrated for Legacy Cards to be printed and sold on pins and apparel. Collaborating with Pokemon, the task was to redesign Pokemon characters to be be simpler and cuter to attract the younger audience.
In Alpha Phi Omega, it is a tradition for little siblings to gift and present their big siblings a Greek wooden paddle at their graduation. I made two different paddle illustrations for my big brother and my big sister. I illustrated the paddle to be sent to carpenters to be laser cut in wood.
Paint and assembly courtesy to Jessica Elisa Dickerson.
Travel Wood Cutout
Five Years of Phi Delta
Branding and Identity
Alpha Phi Omega’s Phi Delta Chapter at Cal Poly Pomona will be celebrating their 5th anniversary of chapter chartering on May 24th, 2018. The objective was to create a whole new logo design to be used on their social media outlets and as stickers to advertise.
Advertising | Branding and Identity | Illustration
Illustration for Alpha Phi Omega’s Phi Delta Chapter’s Fall Recruitment. Every term, the Phi Delta Chapter at Cal Poly Pomona devises ways to help advertise to students to join the organization. This illustration acts as a form of advertisement by being printed on t-shirts for members to wear during Recruitment Week. It is also being printed as stickers to hand out to potential members.
An in-class marketing strategy case study for lululemon athletica. The objective was to create a marketing and media plan outlining the marketing strategy to expand the lululemon athletica brand to other locations. This advertising campaign was created to launch a new store opening if lululemon athletica came to Pacific City.
Alpha Phi Omega’s Lambda Mu Chapter at Cal State LA designed floral snapbacks to sell as a fundraiser. The snapback features white embroidery on a black snapback with a floral design on the bill. Being at the beach, the floral theme of the hat suited perfectly.
Little Tokyo Lanterns
This photo series was a composition photo study to play around with the different compositions of how the lanterns were set up in the middle of one of Little Tokyo’s plaza. Photos were taken in different angles with different backgrounds that surrounds the lanterns. It also serves as an observation in how the lanterns interacts with its surroundings.
This landscape photograph was taken at Cal State LA during the time I was taking pictures from Alpha Phi Omega’s Fall Fellowship event hosted by Lambda Mu Chapter in 2016. It was coming towards the end of the event and the sun was setting.
A Day in a Life With AI
Motion Graphics | Video Editing
As Artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes increasingly common in our technology, how soon would it be for it to be embedded to our daily routines? What would it to be like to live with a user interface built into our bodies?
This video displays what-if scenario if humans of today becomes somewhat robots with AI embedded into our bodies.
As a group, a controversial topic was chosen to do research. The Flat Earth controversy is something that is currently trending in the news and in pop culture. After researching, we were tasked to individually choose a deliverable and address the topic.
I decided to address the issue in a form of an infographic to outline the three things Flat Earth believers commonly believe in and refute them with scientific data.