A coloring book. Created in 2015 as an edition of 5.
Eat Me. originated as a series of life-size experimental watercolor screen prints.
Digital Illustrations / Eat Me
I wanted to create a more interactive version of Juicy that viewers could touch and play with. The bodies in Juicy were designed to entice the viewer in a playful way where they could contemplate the tactility of human flesh and fruit flesh. Eat Me takes similar imagery and provides the viewer with a space in which they may explore their tactile and visual senses. They are able to touch the bodies with the love and sensitivity that they might touch a lover and bring these images to life using color. .
This series built further onto the concepts of integrating bodies and fruit but pivoted its focus to the personification of fruits and interaction of characters.