sister/stranger
sister/stranger

For my thesis my senior year of Ringling Colleges Illustration program I studied and interpreted the works of Haruki Murikami. More specifically his collection of short stories titled "Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman." This is one of several.

girls
girls

Simple spot illustrations of some laid back ladies.

abandoned
abandoned

This illustration has gone through many name changes, but I think I finally just stuck with something that made sense. This piece was a huge cosmic coincidence in my life. This was my first project in my senior illustration class at Ringling College, and I wanted to do something detailed and crazy. So naturally I broke into a local abandoned factory, snapped a bunch of reference and went on to create this.

Almost a year later I'm talking about this piece with my dad, and I tell him what I did. He knew the factory, in fact he worked there. He told me the factory use to create detonators for bombs and had a chemical leak and that closed the factory. I like to think the doorway in my illustration might have been his office or a break room he spent time in.

peach pit
peach pit
TPohlman_9.jpg
crane
crane
blind willow/sleeping woman
blind willow/sleeping woman

For my thesis my senior year of Ringling Colleges Illustration program I studied and interpreted the works of Haruki Murikami. More specifically his collection of short stories titled "Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman." This is one of several.

looking after leeks
looking after leeks

My first published piece happened to be for the British literary magazine PopShot. It was published in the winter of 2015. If you've never read PopShot, I highly recommend it; not only for the art, but the literary works as well. 

fox & rabbit
fox & rabbit

During my brief attendance at the University of Central Florida I explored writing and illustrating my own fables. This particular story was about a rabbit who was too generous and unable to say the word "No." 

hudson valley wildlife
hudson valley wildlife

Spot illustrations of Hudson Valley wildlife

chives
chives

If you had told me I would keep a Jackson Chameleon as a pet some years ago I wouldn't know what you were even talking about. I was hypnotized into buying him while helping a friend replace a Chinchilla that had just passed. Chives was the best pet, friend, cool dude I've ever known. He passed away suddenly in the summer of 2016.

cat'sstashlabel.jpg
ChristmasCardGlamorShot.jpg
dad
dad

This is a portrait of my dad.

tit-tanic
tit-tanic
if found, please return
if found, please return

If Found, Please Return is a movie directed by Sydney E Ray. Please check it out here.

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christmascardlayout_2-3.jpg
design.jpg
gatsby2.jpg
TPohlman_4.jpeg
TPohlman_5.jpg
TPohlman_6.jpg
TPohlman_8.jpg
TPohlman_Page1.jpg
Sarah1.jpg
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sister/stranger
girls
abandoned
peach pit
TPohlman_9.jpg
crane
blind willow/sleeping woman
looking after leeks
fox & rabbit
hudson valley wildlife
chives
cat'sstashlabel.jpg
ChristmasCardGlamorShot.jpg
dad
tit-tanic
if found, please return
Invite-Open.jpg
christmascardlayout_2-3.jpg
design.jpg
gatsby2.jpg
TPohlman_4.jpeg
TPohlman_5.jpg
TPohlman_6.jpg
TPohlman_8.jpg
TPohlman_Page1.jpg
Sarah1.jpg
Sarah22222.jpg
Screen Shot 2019-05-18 at 1.56.56 PM.png
sister/stranger

For my thesis my senior year of Ringling Colleges Illustration program I studied and interpreted the works of Haruki Murikami. More specifically his collection of short stories titled "Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman." This is one of several.

girls

Simple spot illustrations of some laid back ladies.

abandoned

This illustration has gone through many name changes, but I think I finally just stuck with something that made sense. This piece was a huge cosmic coincidence in my life. This was my first project in my senior illustration class at Ringling College, and I wanted to do something detailed and crazy. So naturally I broke into a local abandoned factory, snapped a bunch of reference and went on to create this.

Almost a year later I'm talking about this piece with my dad, and I tell him what I did. He knew the factory, in fact he worked there. He told me the factory use to create detonators for bombs and had a chemical leak and that closed the factory. I like to think the doorway in my illustration might have been his office or a break room he spent time in.

peach pit
crane
blind willow/sleeping woman

For my thesis my senior year of Ringling Colleges Illustration program I studied and interpreted the works of Haruki Murikami. More specifically his collection of short stories titled "Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman." This is one of several.

looking after leeks

My first published piece happened to be for the British literary magazine PopShot. It was published in the winter of 2015. If you've never read PopShot, I highly recommend it; not only for the art, but the literary works as well. 

fox & rabbit

During my brief attendance at the University of Central Florida I explored writing and illustrating my own fables. This particular story was about a rabbit who was too generous and unable to say the word "No." 

hudson valley wildlife

Spot illustrations of Hudson Valley wildlife

chives

If you had told me I would keep a Jackson Chameleon as a pet some years ago I wouldn't know what you were even talking about. I was hypnotized into buying him while helping a friend replace a Chinchilla that had just passed. Chives was the best pet, friend, cool dude I've ever known. He passed away suddenly in the summer of 2016.

dad

This is a portrait of my dad.

tit-tanic
if found, please return

If Found, Please Return is a movie directed by Sydney E Ray. Please check it out here.

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