WOOP GAROO MAGAZINE
PROCREATE, PHOTOSHOP. APRIL 2019.
Woop Garoo (or VooDoo) is probably one of MIT's oldest publications, and certainly the oldest (surviving) humourous publication. While not technically a member of the Woop Garoo team, when the editors spread the word that they URGENTLY needed artists for the spring publication I offered to help out. I designed the front cover and illustrated an internal page (these seemed the most critical). What surprised me is how fun I found it to turn someone else's concept into reality. Next semester, given more than a 24-hour warning, I would be honoured to contribute more.
Explanation: Phos (a tuxedo cat) is Woop Garoo's mascot.
Explanation: Tim the Beaver is MIT's mascot, and represents MIT.
Please note that this was a commissioned illustration. The concepts in these graphics are Woop Garoo's own, and do not reflect my stance on MIT's policies. At all.
Cover Design Iterations