On His Own Planet
The kid is on his own planet, outside the realm of you and I, protecting his own. His moon, the vigil of light and dark surrounding him is also his ancestor, always watching for danger.
Venom In My Roots
This piece is made to highlight the magic in black people, from the iced out jewelry we rock, to the sinister grins we put on. My art is about embracing being demonized as I believe that’s what makes us so beautiful. Play the video to hear the music!
HooDou Black Panther
A personal pen and ink drawing of the iconic Black Panther, redone in my own style. A reflection of the times and the recent George Floyd sparked riots.
Dead Souls: An American Poem illustrations
Bling Boy Gif
A personal illustration/gif project, a meditation of sorts. Play the video to hear the music!
Created an engaging cover Illustration for SO4P’S new music single called Location available on all streaming platforms.
A series of small pen and ink drawings of various cubes.
An early personal piece I created about masking emotions. Play the video to listen to the music!
Ice Cream flavors
Custom Flavors of ice cream I created. Which flavor is your favorite?!
The Sidewalk 2
Fleece (Mock Album cover)
A piece highlighting the fear that goes through African Americans when law enforcement is present
New Yorker Cover
A mock New Yorker cover
An illustration for the assignment "make a devils farm"
Red and Blue
An illustration for the first assignment of my visual thinking class in which we were given a word and told to make a piece based off that word. My word was "Across". I used the meaning of this word in all aspects of the artworks design. For example when critiqued by my teacher and classmates I put both pieces at opposing sides of the wall. The colors, red vs blue also display across, this time through the color wheel. The occupations of the subjects, one a police officer, and one of a street gangster, highlight their boundaries across the law. Finally their eyes which are different types of religious crosses highlight their race, as the crosses found in the police officer is of European origin, while the crosses found in the gangsters eyes are of African origin.
A piece created for my visual strategies class in which I came up with a word and illustrated it. My word was elevate
A piece completed for a freshman design class assignment in which we were supposed to take a predetermined article and make art based off of it. My article was a summary of the Israel-Palestine conflicts and the key players within.
A piece based on the famous poem "Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carrol done in my visual thinking class
Kim Wei Kitchen
An illustration done for the assignment "take three cubes and make a logo"
A charcoal drawing done for the first assignment of my sophomore painting class
A personal piece done on scratchboard
A self portrait completed for my freshman drawing class
Baby Self portrait
A charcoal drawing from my freshman drawing class from the assignment "make a portrait with something unexpected in it"