Category Archives: Illustrations

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #4 with SanSan Kwan

Hey friends! This is the 4th in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower, which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC Berkeley while learning more about what it might mean for me to

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #4 with SanSan Kwan

Hey friends! This is the 4th in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower, which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC Berkeley while learning more about what it might mean for me to

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #2 with Abigail (Gail) De Kosnik

Hey friends! This is the second in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower (see the first interview with Juana Maria Rodriguez here), which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #2 with Abigail (Gail) De Kosnik

Hey friends! This is the second in the series Beyond the Ivory Tower (see the first interview with Juana Maria Rodriguez here), which I started last year to add some colorful/creative outlets in my reading and writing-heavy PhD life at UC

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #1 with Juana María Rodríguez

A series where I interview (and draw portraits of) academics that I respect 🙂 Hopefully it’ll demystify academia a bit as well, and can become a platform for featuring folks who are doing groundbreaking work within an academic environment where older cisgender heterosexual white men still make up the majority.
First up is Juana Maria Rodriguez at UC Berkeley.

Beyond the Ivory Tower: Interviews with Academics #1 with Juana María Rodríguez

A series where I interview (and draw portraits of) academics that I respect 🙂 Hopefully it’ll demystify academia a bit as well, and can become a platform for featuring folks who are doing groundbreaking work within an academic environment where older cisgender heterosexual white men still make up the majority.
First up is Juana Maria Rodriguez at UC Berkeley.

How to settle down more quickly & healthily in a new place

So I’ve been in LA for the past couple of weeks and it’s not my first time here but I was digging through some past illustrations and I found this piece on settling down in a new place that I did

How to settle down more quickly & healthily in a new place

So I’ve been in LA for the past couple of weeks and it’s not my first time here but I was digging through some past illustrations and I found this piece on settling down in a new place that I did

The equator = balance line of equilibrium

Greetings from Cali, Colombia! I know I’ve been awfully silent these past couple of weeks. Please excuse me as I’m heading up to Mexico by bicycle 😉 My partner Kiko and I left by bike from Quitsato, Ecuador and are

The equator = balance line of equilibrium

Greetings from Cali, Colombia! I know I’ve been awfully silent these past couple of weeks. Please excuse me as I’m heading up to Mexico by bicycle 😉 My partner Kiko and I left by bike from Quitsato, Ecuador and are

Presenting: No, I Don’t Shave

I don’t know why I’ve been holding off sharing this project I started 18 days ago but well here it is, 18 days late! It all started when I made this piece for a feminist zine here in Ecuador: It

Presenting: No, I Don’t Shave

I don’t know why I’ve been holding off sharing this project I started 18 days ago but well here it is, 18 days late! It all started when I made this piece for a feminist zine here in Ecuador: It