Ink on paper, digital print
11.9 x 16.1”
All proceeds go directly to the artist. Oolite Arts is not involved in the transaction process.
Terrell Villiers is a self-taught cartoon illustrator based in Miami, Florida. First-generation American born to British-Jamaican immigrants. In his illustration work, he explores the myriad of unaddressed traumas he experienced growing up visibly queer in a conservative Caribbean household. He creates a series of cartoon characters and fantasy worlds as a form of survival to transport himself to imaginary spaces unbound to any rule or order. Terrell has acted as a freelance artist and community organizer in Miami. In his freelance work, he’s created large scale graphic illustrations for a series of different events, publications, Magazines and brands and has been featured on pages such as: Kaleidoscope Magazine, Gucci, The Standard Hotel, B4 Sounds Records, Afropunk, Teen Vogue, Ghetto Gothic, L’Enchanteur, Dream Defenders, and Fempower. As of recent, Terrell acted as Lead Illustrator and Artistic Director of ‘Myristica’ a comic book depicting experimental cellist, singer, and songwriter Kelsey Lu, as the protagonist, illuminating her personal journey of liberation, Terrell has also acted as a Art Director, Curator, and Designer for ‘Masisi’, a Black-Queer Caribbean Party and Production Studio that explores the Afro-Caribbean diaspora through different events & programming in Miami.