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I’m so excited to soar over the sands of Arrakis with the Atreides Royal Ornithopter replica model! ​

As a life-long LEGO® fan and a huge fan of Dune, it was a dream to create an official illustrated poster to celebrate the arrival of this incredible new set. Having built the ornithopter, I can say first hand how impressive it is. The wings and landing gear are ingeniously designed and a delight to deploy!​

I love that the set includes all the main characters’ minifigs (Paul Atreides, Lady Jessica, Gurney Halleck, Chani, Duke Leto Atreides, Liet Kynes, Duncan Idaho and an impressively tall Baron Harkonnen)—so I had to incorporate them all into my poster as well.​

Sincere thanks to The LEGO Group for this opportunity! I’ve had a blast collaborating on this piece, and the ornithopter is a fantastic addition to our ever-growing LEGO® collection here at House Martin-Peck.​

Sincere thanks to Vice Press for working with me on my debut licensed prints for Jurassic Park, which comes out this Thursday, February 22 at 1pm EST, at!

I'm tremendously grateful that my first gallery experience has been with Vice Press, because Matt Ferguson and James Henshaw have been a pleasure to work with. Matt was integral in pushing me to get closer to what I envisioned for this poster and after what felt like 65 million years of painting leaves and clouds, I'm so pleased with where this ended up. I truly appreciated having an artist I respect provide art direction that improves my work, as so much of what I do is created in isolation with little creative feedback. I would not have gotten here on my own.

It is a dream come true to have an official poster for one of my favorite movies (and my husband's absolute all-time favorite)! We can't quite believe it!

Another year has zoomed by and I’m grateful to have had so much to keep me busy.

I’m still trying to figure out how to better manage my time so I can get more done without burning myself out. I can feel myself growing more at ease with poster work and less nervous about starting new projects. Although each new piece feels like a challenge to prove myself capable to myself all over again, I’m beginning to enjoy all the parts of the process that come with that challenge.

I already have my first big paid project lined up for January, I’ll be continuing to paint the next two in my LOTR series, as well as pitching more licensed art concepts to galleries. That should keep me occupied through Q1.

I’d still love to get the right opportunity for a steelbook or home entertainment packaging, but in the meantime I’ll keep following my heart and try to fill as much of my time with creating things that make me happy.

Here’s hoping we all get to check off a few things on our 2024 ‘To Do’ List! 🤞

Thank you all for your support and encouragement, and a special thanks to my fellow creatives who continue to inspire and motivate me to keep living this artful way of life. ❤️

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