Old friends, new projects

Everyone has that type of friends, whom you don’t need to see or call often, but know for sure that if you do, it’s like no time has passed since you last spoke.

I have a few… and spent one of the most enjoyable and productive Saturdays with my friend Alex, catching up and painting T-shirts.



The hand-painted T-shirts are available on her Facebook page – click here for more – Uma Xaris. Make sure you pay her a visit, she’s got amazing home decor items on her online shop.



Memento mori

Here is one of my first serious works at Uni, from my first year of study. I adored the simple and sober layout and working on this was very rewarding. I remember being very anxious to get home from the office and work on it, sometimes as little as half an hour…

This one is very dear to me… graphite on paper, 50*70 cm

Memento mori



Anatomy study – Human skull

This is part of a series of anatomy studies done in university, on one of my first year assignments. I had borrowed a real skull for a few months and was able to work on it from different angles.

I rendered the lower jaw in a distinct piece, along with an apple 🙂

Anatomy study - human skull

Lower jaw with apple

The paper I used has this natural old look from staying in my grandpa’s attic for quite a few years…


Anatomy study – Dog skull

This is a drawing I made in high-school, using pencils and coloured pencils. I have kept the ‘model’ ever since and will probably will use it furthermore, in other works.

Dog Skull


Back in the studio – new beginning

There’s been a long time since I ‘abandoned’ this blog, mainly due to lack of time spent in the studio, but now I am back on track with my art.

Expect to see new works here, as well as on my Facebook page, along with regular posts of my older work.