Commissions, Sustainable Design, Textile Design

I designed lungs for Hank and Cupcakes!

"See Through" Lung illustration by Arlene Ellis for Hank and Cupcakes

“See Through” Lung illustration by Arlene Ellis. Commissioned by the band Hank and Cupcakes for a t-shirt design. (For women.)

I recently completed a collaboration the adrenaline-inducing band called Hank and Cupcakes. You really need to check out their live shows. They’re amazing! The band really liked my lung illustration “I breathe patterns”, which featured a cross-species tapestry of organic patterns encased in the shape of lungs. They asked if I could design a set of lungs for one of their t-shirts. In keeping with my artistic theme of showing an interrelationship among all species, I illustrated lungs composed of seahorses, beetles, octopus tentacles, and polyps. We named the design “See Through,” which is one of the songs off their new ‘Naked’ Album.

T-shirt manufacturer: Alternative Apparel (check out their commitment to social responsibility)

If you’re interested in commissioning an illustration, contact me at Organic.Lyricism@gmail.com!

"See Through" Lung illustration by Arlene Ellis for Hank and Cupcakes

“See Through” Lung illustration by Arlene Ellis. Commissioned by the band Hank and Cupcakes for a t-shirt design. (For men.)

"See Through" Lung illustration by Arlene Ellis for Hank and Cupcakes

“See Through” Lung illustration by Arlene Ellis. Commissioned by the band Hank and Cupcakes for a t-shirt design.

"See Through" Lung illustration by Arlene Ellis for Hank and Cupcakes

“See Through” Lung illustration by Arlene Ellis. Commissioned by the band Hank and Cupcakes for a t-shirt design.

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