Cover page for my new comic series, Mind’s the Prison. 
Mind’s the Prison is about the adventures of main character Jail (nickname) and his group of friends as they struggle to navigate through this maze known as life. Join them as they seek jobs, tackle relationships, and pursue to abstain from jacking off due to feelings of shame
and complete emptiness that comes afterwards.

Wait…what?www.mindstheprison.com

Cover page for my new comic series, Mind’s the Prison. 

Mind’s the Prison is about the adventures of main character Jail (nickname) and his group of friends as they struggle to navigate through this maze known as life. Join them as they seek jobs, tackle relationships, and pursue to abstain from jacking off due to feelings of shame

and complete emptiness that comes afterwards.

Wait…what?

www.mindstheprison.com

A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths
A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths
A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths
A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths
A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths
A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths
A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths
A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths
A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths
A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths

A set of illustrations detailing the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. This was a personal project done to “modernize” aspects of Buddhist teachings into an art style that suits my flavor.  

The four pieces were drawn digitally through Illustrator. Inspired by a lot of Korean and Tibetan Buddhist art, as well as cd cover concepts. Unfortunately I will not go on length about the specific meaning of the teachings, as I feel that there are a lot of information online that does it better than I can. For some reference, our eternal friend, Wikipedia. 
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Noble_Truths

Yo, Rakim Allah, one part of Hip-Hop’s greatest duos, “Eric B. and Rakim”, and a transcendental man “as serious as cancer”, just turned 46 today. I’ve been his biggest fan since the 7th grade when I first saw his video on Snoop Dogg’s Top 25 Video Countdown on BET. From that point on, my life would never be the same. There was the past-Eric B. and Rakim society, and there is the post - Eric B. and Rakim society. Illustrated here are some immortal words from his opus, “Microphone Fiend.” “’Cause I grab the mic and try to say, ‘Yes, y’all!’ / They try to take it, they say that I’m too small. / Cool, ‘cause I don’t get upset, I kick a hole in the speaker, pull the plug, then I jet!” Check it out, share it, and listen to the record. http://youtu.be/uPfIIn5V_LQ

Yo, Rakim Allah, one part of Hip-Hop’s greatest duos, “Eric B. and Rakim”, and a transcendental man “as serious as cancer”, just turned 46 today. I’ve been his biggest fan since the 7th grade when I first saw his video on Snoop Dogg’s Top 25 Video Countdown on BET. From that point on, my life would never be the same. There was the past-Eric B. and Rakim society, and there is the post - Eric B. and Rakim society. 

Illustrated here are some immortal words from his opus, “Microphone Fiend.” 

“’Cause I grab the mic and try to say, ‘Yes, y’all!’ / They try to take it, they say that I’m too small. / Cool, ‘cause I don’t get upset, I kick a hole in the speaker, pull the plug, then I jet!” 

Check it out, share it, and listen to the record. 

http://youtu.be/uPfIIn5V_LQ