I am so excited to share a very special print I did for the Amani Children's Foundation. It is the first thing I have done that is currently on sale for Lilly Pulitzer (although I have many exciting things in production, but I have to wait before I can talk about them). The Amani Children's Foundation is an amazing charity and you can read more about them (and where to buy this murfee scarf) on the Lilly Pulitzer blog.
Hello everyone! I've been itching to cut paper lately, I decided to get back on that horse with the following illustration. Those who follow me on Twitter know that I've been tweeting about my progress all week. I'm so excited to finally show this, and get to work on my next piece!
Working in the print department at Lilly Pulitzer has been an absolute blast. In the beginning of the summer, I was flown to Ohio to help re-do the Lilly Legacy Village Store. I painted 4 huge canvases, as well as the "Lilly's story" dressing room. You can find the full Lilly's story on our website. ;]
Unfortunately, I forgot my good camera, so I was stuck with using my iPhone.
Oh, and in our "color swatch" dressing room, Reba (another wonderful print designer) gave me a shout out on one of my favorite colors!!
Just a quick doodle of a doggy getting ready for back to school! Good luck everyone who's starting a new school year! I was inspired to draw something for 5 Minute Marvels, this dad has the cutest idea ever for sharing art with his kids. :]
Hey guys, here's an update to my life after graduation....
I've been working at Lilly Pulitzer in the print design department. On top of that, I've been doing some freelance, and freelance for a company called Vector Genius. I can only show the images VG puts on their website, so here is a little that I've done. Visit the VG website here !!!
I'm still accepting freelance and commission work, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Quick portrait of my new dog Slider, who I have not had the opportunity to draw. I think I like her so much because she looks like one of my drawings. Scrappy, tall, skinny legs, goofy proportions, big ears and a long tail!
20 min. photoshop.
For the past five months, I have been working on an ongoing project known (and dreaded) as the senior college thesis. I focused primarily on character design based around a story which would be a tv pitch. I have 7 final characters, which I had printed in a book. Each character has a page, gesture sheet, expression sheet, and small sequence. It may not seem like a lot of work, but there are hundreds of concepts and drawings that didn't make it out of sketch phase.
The Final Set Up
(The sculpture previously posted also made it into the show)