Illustrate Your Mind to Life

This section is a collection of illustrations I created based on life experiences, what I see around me and just for fun. Enjoy and constructive feedback is accepted!

Life is a storybook. It ends when you pass away.
My homie ATL native and hip hop artist Cellus Hamilton!
I call this project CommUnity.
This was inspired by my job as an afterschool counselor. I worked with children for a long time and been passionate with empowering the youth. By the grace of God, He has given me the opportunity to pour into young people's lives, influencing them to make right choices and be that role model they need to see.
The hands represent the role models of these childrens' lives. The hands are holding up what appears to by the planet Earth. The children shaped figures holding hands represent the unity of the kids. It's my favorite part of the illustration. The building represents a safe haven for the youth to go to. It could be a school, a youth center, a church, anything where the youth will feel safe at. And lastly, the flag represents light. Be the light of the world!
This is my first ever design I did in high school!
."This world is slowly dying. My heart grieves for the families that lost their loved ones through silly tragedies. James 5:16 says "Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective."
My latest illustration is named "Welcome to...". with featured designs by Mecca Alim (check out her website This art piece is basically about a person on a journey to (insert your story here). When that person gets there, it's almost like a welcome, like you know you were meant to be there. I enjoyed creating this alongside Mecca! She's an originator and has a great mind and great designs!
Art is what you make it, because your mind is your greatest design.
I made this for my close friend and music artist Kelsie.Janel on her birthday!
I was feeling nostaglic when I created this. Wanted tp give it a classic retro feel.
I made this for my best friend Euclid on his birthday.
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