I'm a freelance illustrator and graphic designer living and working in the Boston area. Currently I'm busy creating the design company, dobot and working on a comic book.

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This is the second of two pieces I did for “The End” themed show at the Pony Club Gallery in Portland, OR - http://www.ponyclubpdx.com/. The show will be in December, but you can get a copy of the print now until whenever -  http://society6.com/aerodynamicmountains/The-End-Part-2-LD2_Print

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The final two illustrations I created for a start-up company’s website. The first image is of an auto-repair shop and will be used for the second page that people will land on when they visit the site. The second image is a more abstract mountain scene that will reside at the base of a third page that depicts a four step process for how to use the site.

Here’s my final colored piece for the blog Brand New Nostalgia. This week’s theme was “Space”, and since I have been planning a second children’s book that is based around Dinosaurs in Space, I thought that I may as well do a character design for the book. I’ll hopefully have more to share on this project soon. Stay tuned!

-L

Here are the final illustrations of the first 6 stock photo images that I will be using for ImageZoo.com Their titles are as follows; “Brainfood”, “Healthy Heart”, “Nutrient Supplements”, “Robot Love”, “Song Bird” and “Vanity”. There are going to be 18 in total once my portfolio on the site is created. The next themes consist of nerds, muscle men, babes, guitars and buildings. Keep posted!

-L

Early next year I will be in a gallery show based on the theme of The Wizard of Oz. At first I was tempted to draw flying monkeys, but in the end, who isn’t. Even James Jean drew flying monkeys for Fables a few years ago. Instead, I decided to design a character not yet depicted aside from interior illustrations within the original books; The Wicked Witch of the East. While we all know the story, appearance and conclusion to The Wicked Witch of the West (I should know, my mom was her for Halloween one year), we aren’t as familiar with the story and appearance of the East’s, besides she wore striped socks, oddly bright shoes and was found dead below Dorothy’s house. And what was it even, that distracted her long enough to allow for an entire house to crush her?

For this piece, I decided to answer a few questions of my own and raise a few new ones. I for one assume she was leaning down for some loose change because she was most likely greedy and attracted to small shiny objects (aren’t we all?). Also, I thought since she was the sister of The Wicked Witch of the West, she too would have green skin, if not a bit lighter. And maybe instead of a broom she just had a staff with a bell on it. Certainly her cloak is much more billowy and less dry cleaned, but who’s to say? These are just my thoughts.

The gallery will be from Feb. 8th - 17th / Reception is Feb. 15th :

301 Gallery Building  (301 Cabot Street)

Beverly, MA 01915

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