This is an art piece I created for my friend Sahil Lulla's film titled "III". He told me to create an art piece around the main actor. So I decided to do a photo transfer onto an acrylic paint canvas. The idea behind this method of creating this piece was an art project of similar origin that my Mother did at her art camp. Although the process was on a bigger scale the results were the same. The reason I call it Mango is because the background image was something I painted free hand. After I was finished I noticed it looked similar to a fruit, more specifically a Mango, hence the name.
Model Star Destroyer
This is the final project for a course at Ryerson called "Making Objects". In this course we were taught on how to use a variety of tools, ranging from 3D printers to laser cutters. At the end of the term we had to use some of the tools we learned to build an object, any object. So some friends and I got together and brainstormed this idea to use laser cut wood and foam core to create a Star Destroyers from Star Wars.
This comic cover was for another Graphic Communications Course I was enrolled in my second year at Ryerson University. Students were required to think of their own super hero or heroin and design a comic cover for them. I thought up "Doctor Panther" and designed and themed this cover. I based the design on japanese manga comics.
I designed posters on the side for the convenience store I work for called York Quay Fine Foods. The owners try and sell different speciality item, these are some of the posters I have designed while I was working there.