August is the month of birthdays and anniversaries in my family. Many #happybirthday wishes to August babies! #illustration
Lena playing with the blocks my sisters and I played with when we were little.
It’s Friday! Time for sprinkles! (at New York Cake & Baking Supplies)
I wrote a blog post about my flower district trip. Link to my site through my IG header. (at Flower District)
I made a map of The Ultimate American Roadtrip. Check out the whole map on my website!
Surprise, Surprise. The cost of your normal backyard BBQ has gone up to ultimate highs, especially ground beef. Your pennies are going up in smoke! I mean, when will the cost of a BBQ drop? Never, right? More about this article here and here.
Plus I am humbled to be part of #milwaukeemagazine ‘s contributors column for July. Thank you! #illustration
Latest #illustration work in #milwaukeemagazine about children’s #acupuncture.
A piece for Milwaukee Magazine’s health article in their July issue about children’s acupuncture. I am really happy that AD, Nicholas Mork, suggested continuing the illustration into the editorial background. It’s subtle, but adds a ton of visual interest! Thanks Nicholas!
I’ve been researching a lot about mimetic architecture for a project that I am currently working on. I think it’s fascinating that buildings were once made in crazy shapes, animals, milk bottles, teapots and so many more. It’s something that is not seen very much any more because the upkeep of these buildings are expensive and it’s more expensive to create a building that is out of the traditional architectural scope. The idea behind it was to copy their function or to suggest the object associated with their business. This type of architecture was more prevalent in the mid-twentieth century.
So here above, I was inspired by the real life Hollywood Flower Pot store that stood in the 1920-30s in California.