My new logo for my Etsy shop, Project Print is underway! I’m totally excited about how it looks and I feel like it really embodies the look and feeling I want in my shop, fun, bright pops of color with a clean and chic feel! I couldn’t be happier! Its almost up and ready, but until then, check out the shop now! www.etsy.com/shop/projectprint
I recently did an illustration for a fantastic blog called Raising Jay & Abel (http://raisingjayandabel.com/). She is such a stylish mom and is doing a great job talking and sharing her experiences of being a young mother and the struggles we all face young and old in motherhood. Check out her blog!
I designed this flyer for the upcoming Cadaver Lab Workshop for students from CCA as well as surrounding high schools. I love when I get the opportunity to work with science and technology images and design elements because it brings me back to my biology roots! However, I will say, I no longer have the stomach to participate in this fine event.
So I have a little shop, a little Etsy shop that is. Its a fun side project that keeps my illustration interests satisfied and happy as well as my fashion interests and pattern interests, and sewing interests and well… I guess I could go on. Anyhow, I’m going to attempt to streamline the look a bit and make it a shop that I’m proud to share with the world and the people I know in this world. Hopefully some new products to come as well as a small face lift for my little shop and here is the mood board I’ve created to help me do just that. ProjectPrint his her name.
So, I love Skillshare. Have I told you that? Yeah, its amazing to be able to learn from some of the best in the biz all whilst lounging in PJ’s and baring a makeup-less face. So, this brings me to Mikey Burton, “Designy Illustrator.” I love that title. I hope to be that someday 🙂 His class called “Geometric Illustrations: Drawing your favorite food” is SO fun and he is a great teacher! I decided my project should revolve around cool treats since it is currently in the 100s here in Tulsa, OK and reaching average humidity at around 50% every day. So here’s my take on a cute illustrated Ice Cream Truck menu!
Lucky Duck T-Shirt company will be hitting the scene soon! And with this fabulous logo I created for them, none the less! They will feature sassy quotes with fantastic illustrations so I’ll be sure to post a link to their site as soon as I can. Until then, feast your eyes on this fun logo that will, I’m sure, go down with the greats like Nike and SaksFifthAve!