the wild blue.
Fin, the merman and friends.
time on earth.
I saw a single, lonely tree downtown, surrounded by concrete buildings, which inspired this character. As I worked on it, I decided to make it about deforestation and take him out of the urban setting.
she majors in magic, while her pixie friend is a minor distraction.
back to school.
Revisiting the Dream Academy characters and taking them on an adventure.
glimmer from a dark sky.
an homage to the anime shows I grew up with.
a young witch getting a little carried away with her magic.
a portrait of me and my feline companion, Chibi.
if we go, we go together.
an imaginary book cover. this one starring me and my kitty, Chibi.
even when things seem peaceful, you never know what’s lurking below the surface.
in 2016, I was diagnosed with a form of lymphoma. the demon represents the cancer, while the IVs create a web.
Much like my illustration, troubled waters, I am trying to create a scenario that subtly reflects my battle with cancer. The astronaut's two lifelines, are his treatment, through the IV and his kitty companion. The angry planet is meant to represent a tumor.
art is the answer.
art is so important in child development. helping with motor skills, language development, decision making, visual learning, inventiveness, cultural awareness and improved academic performance.
the harvest moon brought something unexpected to the hares, the power of speech.
children know furry friends are the best friends.
Two reluctant friends making music together.
probably as close as I will ever come to drawing a still life. sympathetic, small animals are a favorite subject of mine.
an illustration about the power of music.
getting ready to bring the heat.
after school adventure.
imaginary book cover, reminiscent of Nancy Drew. I like drawing people with animal companions.
this is our city.
with all the negativity lately, it felt good to create an illustration that celebrated diversity, pride and positivity.
training for the Boston Marathon can be a challenge, during the winter in New England. but having a a friend along can help.
A forest faerie staying centered.
an illustration of the Boy with the Big Blue Hair. one not featured in the actual book.
a quirky character idea. inspired by some of the old Harvey comic characters, like Hot Stuff and Casper.
nature and animals are two of my favorite subjects.
the wonderful wizard of oz.
chapter opener for the classic book. done for the 2014 NESCBWI conference art show.
head in the clouds.
who wouldn't want to take a ride in the cat balloon?
a serene, seasonal moment.
high school is hard enough, without looking like a little demon.
above it all.
revisiting the dragon kid character. and gave him a hell hound puppy.
hurry home, to your furry friend.
lily, the flower girl.
your friend, lovely as a lotus.
the art of chris censullo