Designed for a sweet friend with a love for peonies. She will be using this as a reference for a tattoo in the future.
This was a side project to study and practice a neon sign look. The hand is my favorite part!
This design is a featured alternate album cover for the physical release of Coop's EP "Finally, I Can Vibe." I love everything about it!
You can find Coop's music on mdotcoop.com where there are albums available to purchase, along with music videos, and a blog featuring pics/info on live shows. Check it out. He is rad, and so is his music.
Drawing around coffee has become my favorite way to practice new floral designs, and a fun addition to my portfolio. I love the end look of these designs with the geometric diamond touch.
These designs showcase latte art and the perfectly unfinished concrete flooring at Fuego Coffee Roasters.
This design was created between commissions, and to try out the brilliant Cloud Brush on my iPad. It stands as a reminder to chose kindness on social media in the most lighthearted way.
Photography & Lettering collaboration with Joel Witwer. Joel selected a modified Wendell Berry quote from The Unsettling of America for this project. We love how the finished product turned out!
"We didn't have enough money to take the expensive tourist train out of Manchu Picchu, and they wouldn't let us take the locals train so we hiked the trails." - Joel on the story of this photo, taken in Peru.
Commissioned as a wedding in the theme of the Bride & Groom's beautiful wedding invites. The script is inspired by the lavishly swirling font they used, along with a soft pink for the main color in the final design. SO fun to see this printed!
Photography collaboration with the lovely & talented Lily Kweon. This is one of my first, and all time favorite lettering designs! Layering the letters and flourishes between the petals gives this a very delicate look. This was before I owned my iPad Pro. I drew the words on paper with a brush pen, scanned in the image, edited out the background, and played with layering it on top of this photo in photoshop for a long time. The process was ridiculous but I enjoyed it very much!
This was a side project to practice working with new textures, color, and shading. I loved the end result!