map studio

I made a relationship map for the Chinese pantheon in Smite! It’s a very bitty pantheon in general, so there’s lots of gods with no connections and most of the connections are getting in a fight. I’m no expert, so let me know if I’ve missed or mistaken anything!


New Portal music video! ‘You Wouldn’t Know’ featuring Ellen McLain! =)


Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy #1

Publisher: BOOM! STUDIOS
(W) Chynna Clugston-Flores (A) Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (CA) Mingjue Helen Chen, Kelly Matthews, Nicole Matthews, Chynna Clugston Flores, Leila Del Duca, Karl Kerschl, Brooke Allen, Veronica Fish, Melane Tingdahl, Lissa Treiman, Carey Pietsch, Kat Leyh

What’s to Love: We adore DC’s Gotham Academy and it’s been on our wish list to have them somehow meet the Lumberjanes. From the great characters to the fun stories, we saw a world in which these two groups could coexist. Fast forward and here we are-the crossover event we’ve dreamed about and can’t wait to bring to you!

What It Is: Something sinister is happening at a mysterious building deep in the woods, drawing the Lumberjanes and the Gotham Academy kids separately to investigate. Is it a weird cabin? An abandoned asylum? The two groups band together to find out what exactly is going on. Featuring a connecting subscription cover by Brooke Allen!

(Release date: 8th June 2016)


Ministry of Tourism of Argentina at Mayor Square Madrid

by Newmedia Creative Tech Studio

A new Argentina opens its doors to welcome tourists from all over the world, to enjoy the diversity of its landscapes and the kindness of Argentinian people. We can show you how with this project that we made on January 21, 2017, in Plaza Mayor in Madrid. In our 3D projection mapping we covered the six touristic regions of Argentina: Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Litoral, Norte, Cuyo and Patagonia, that are extremely attractive and lively, which we merged with the Argentian flag colors.

Happy Birthday to Harry Potter and J.K. Rowling!

I love how pieces change over time. Each mark adds to the last creating more layers to the story.

My work has always been about allowing the surface or the history of the piece to show in the final piece. This vintage map given to me as a gift adds another layer to the story.

The paper is a bit more fragile and this is like life showing how it is impermanent. You are as vulnerable as the paper with each path you choice or by the chance of how things are dealt out.

(Jennifer Laura Palmer’s art studio)