Here are some of my nature inspired illustrations. Follow me in social media for more.
An ant that I drew for a great colleague and friend Adam.
“Nothing is easier than to admit in words the truth of the universal struggle for life, or more difficult - at least I have found it so - than constantly to bear this conclusion in mind” -On Natural Selection.
You can adopt symbolic species to support WWF’s global efforts to protect wild animals and their habitats. Conservation status of Darwin’s fox is endangered, and the most important conservation concerns are forest fragmentation, threats posed by feral dogs either by spreading diseases or directly attacking.
I drew this for the lab of a collage classmate.
Almost all the world’s oceans are damaged by human impact. Only 13% left untouched.
Fern leaf and Blue Jay
Two inspiring living beings that I see in Bloomington often. Fern symbolizes good luck and new beginnings in some cultures.
Rejections hurt. Because the pain of heartbreak activates the same part of the brain as physical pain.
Stop for a minute and think how has the world changed since the pandemic.
I drew this as a birthday present for a marine scientist friend. Seahorses mate for life, romance is real in their world, and the male can have babies. Fascinating.
Illustration of Pachnoda marginata larvae and adult for a friend’s thesis project. Adults have a nice yellow-broun color.