Drawings and Illustration


"Be the Difference"


"Forbidden Book"


"Hybrid Cultures"

"Cold Soup"



"Kool Aid ft. S.O.S"




"Off-duty Lifeguard"







"Turkish Bath"



Sweet Sweet History

This is a series of portraits that I created, based on some of the people that appear in the historical timeline of Sugar Land, Texas. The more I read about plantations and the awful owners that supposedly made possible that the now city of Sugar Land became what it is today, the more I think about how the successful outcome of any city has always been because of uncredited hard working people. In this particular, Sugar Land was made by slaves, unpaid prisoners and hispanic immigrants. Historians often pay attention to the wrong events and give credit wrongfully to individuals that don’t deserve it. Still in the present day streets have names of men who believed they were entitled to enslave human beings, and history will always do their part to applaud the shortcomings of imperialism and the people whose ancestors weren't affected will keep a blind eye for the sake of filling proud of something unworthy.


Movies Characters Moleskine

I made this drawings for my husband, using characters of the movies we watched when I went to visit him for the first time in Parkville, MO. He is a Movie collector, and we were long distance dating during that time. If you asked me, I would only recommended some of these movies =*•*=.

El Orfanato
Walk Hard
Bender's Big Score
Grandma's Boy
Be Kind Rewind
Blades of Glory

The Fair-Haired Child
Team America
My Neighbor Totoro

Princess Mononoke

Three Irons
Nacho Libre
I'm a Cyborg, But That's Ok
The Girl Who Leapt Through Time
Yobi, the Five Tailed Fox

The Hitchhiker's Guide
Save the Green Planet!
Pineapple Express

Please Teach Me English
Napoleon Dynamite
Little Miss Sunshine

Southland Tales
The Host
My Tutor Friend


These following couple of illustrations were made for a year book with Colombian artists drawings. It was published by Tangrama on 2011.


The following illustrations were made as a volunteer illustrator for a project on Domestic Violence Awareness called "A Little Tenderness".