I recently completed a commission for a youth sports program. Here is the ending result, the first image is based on a drawing drawn by a younger and talented artist thus I cant take credit for the concept, I however vectored the image and improved it as instructed by the costumer.
The second image is a poster I created afterwards for the program itself.
Here’s another completed tattoo design not buried by my procrastination, requested by Speedy.
Its quite an interesting concept overall. The entire thing symbolizes his origins and love for his city, along with the quote; ”know where you’re from to know where you’re heading”. Its approximately a half sleeve which incorporates another tattoo he already has. The idea was entirely his, I was simply the interpreter.
A former highschool classmate of mine; Jad Jalal, is the founder of a non-profit organization called The Scopes for Hopes. I had the opportunity to illustrate a logo for the charity.
Here is the history behind this organization (taken from its official facebook page)
During a humanitarian trip to earthquake devastated Haiti in 2010, Jad Jalal, a University of Ottawa student, witnessed first hand the lack of quality medical equipment that doctors and nurses had access to while working in an open air Hospital in the slum of Cité Soleil, Port‐au‐Prince.
• A CPS manual from 1974 was used as a drug reference.
• One old domestic thermometer sanitized with a small amount of alcohol in a plastic bag.
• The ophthalmoscope and otoscope used by all the doctors was a malfunctioning all in one device found in a single pen. It got the job done but was not the most accurate or efficient instrument.
• The lack of equipment severely slowed down treatment, and diminished the quality of care.
Following this trip, Jad and fellow students decided to create the “Scopes for Hopes Foundation” to address these problems.
Their mission involves in engaging members of the medical community in order to ease health issues in third world countries related to the lack of medical equipment and supplies. As well as Collect and ship used medical equipment and supplies to third world countries.
I recently got in touch with a client (Kyle Hayward) through a former animation classmate and friend of mine. It has been made in the past week for a produce company called Hayward’s which is currently in the uprising. I was more then glad to provide them with the necessary corporate image which they required.
Here is a look at the original draft I had came up with;