Creative ways to style stripes and profiles of style icons that have made this ubiquitous pattern an everyday classic. Cover and interior illustrations for Hardie Grant UK.
Available on Amazon and in book stores.
Almost was ready to start the day, but then something came up.
An illustrated map of Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas.
Series of illustrations to highlight International Women's Day 2018, for Keds.
A fully-illustrated journal full of fun prompts to help you share stories and celebrate your mom. For Abrams Noterie.
Available on Amazon and in select shops.
A year after the Women's March of 2017, artists reflect on what the women's movement means to them. For The Washington Post.
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Want to make an impact? Vote.
Prints available! Click to purchase a giclée print on heavy-weight, hot-pressed, archival paper in natural white. A portion of sales will go to Emily's List, working to get more pro-choice, Democratic women elected to office.
Cover lettering and illustration for the paperback edition of A Totally Awkward Love Story, by Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison.
When people join forces, they can exert greater leverage over a situation.
Included in New York Times "The MeToo Moment: Art Inspired by the Reckoning."
Illustrated map of Palm Beach for Eau Palm Beach Resort.
Prioritizing tasks, large and small for a fuller, more productive life. For FLOW Magazine.
It's not easy being festive.
What to wear to your next Christmas party.
5 simple ways to be there for loved ones who are having as hard time this holiday season. For Optionb.org's #optionbthere holiday campaign.
Bundle up and brave the cold in style.
Promotional artwork for The Illustration League, a West Michigan-based collective of artists, letterers, and illustrators.
Illustration and papercraft for the cover of Oh Dear Silvia by Dawn French, as part of Penguin Picks, a series of Penguin UK's favorite titles releasing Spring 2018.
A whole year's worth of cities to visit, one month at a time! The 2018 Going Places calendar is now available for purchase through Anthropologie.com.
"Make the friends happy. Don't have a wedding party." For NY Times.
Illustrations for Ladder Life Insurance.
Cover illustration and lettering for the U.S. paperback edition of Laura Barnett's The Versions of Us, from Mariner books, a division of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
An autumn-themed map of the Shenandoah Valley and accompanying spot illustrations. For the October 2017 issue of Washingtonian.
A guide to international kissing etiquette, for Condé Nast Traveler.
A visual overview of the state of the blogging world, how it's changed over the years, and what it means for bloggers. For Design*Sponge.
When we support equal opportunity for women from the day they're born on into their golden years, we foster healthier, more peaceful, and more sustainable societies.
Be smart. Wear your helmets, biking beauties.
Cover illustration and lettering for Rachael Allen's A Taxonomy of Love, for Abrams Amulet Fall '17. Art Direction by Alyssa Nassner. Edited by Erica Finkel.
A series of animated gifs for Netflix, highlighting how women are working together, both onscreen and behind the scenes to share women's stories and create more room for strong and complex female characters, in shows like GLOW, Orange Is the New Black, and Grace And Frankie.
Overthinking ice cream.
Character design and illustration for Supergoop! packaging.
Ways that women forge intergenerational friendships through their alma mater. For Barnard Magazine.
let your heart beat loud
Summery scenes to get you feeling sunshine-ready, for LOFT.
A Tour of France in 10 Composed Salads, for Food52.
Ways to save on your wedding, for The Knot's Summer 17 Issue.
A series of beach town maps for Glamour Paris.
A visual index of everything you need for successful spring foraging. For Edible Hudson Valley.
Cover design and interior illustrations for Adina Grigore's Just the Essentials, from Harper Wave.
Fun and inventive ways to style white shirts, and profiles of style icons that have helped make this wardrobe staple a classic. Cover and interior illustrations for Hardie Grant UK.
A short animation addressing the 20% wage gap between women and men, for Lyft.
Grace Bonney of Design*Sponge, for Illustrated Impact.
Illustrations for a career-search site, whose goal is to keep more women in the workforce, and to make ambitious careers more attainable by pre-negotiating flexibilty.
A short video outlining some simple ways to help immigrants and refugees on a local level. Co-produced with Grace Bonney of Design*Sponge.
A Thank You piece for Hillary Clinton, featuring a maze charting her political path and accomplishments. For Kazoo Magazine's winter issue: Build Your Dreams.
Readers share their favorite Christmas Traditions, for Washington Post apps.
A series of prints highlighting women who have inspired us through their art, writing, and activism. All prints from this series can be purchased through Greenpoint Hill.
Cover Lettering and illustration and interior illustrations for NY Times Bestseller Table Manners: How to Behave in the Modern World and Why Bother, by Jeremiah Tower. From Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.
Short-form animation to inspire sun safety in the new year with Supergoop!
Baby, it's cold outside.
I created this piece as part of Illustrated Impact's month-long campaign to bring awareness and foster enthusiasm for charitable organizations. I chose to focus on She Should Run, whose mission is to foster political involvement amongst women. What I hope that women will recognize in themselves and in one another is that we can be heroes. We have the strength, the ideas, and the commitment to make a positive impact in the world.
Cover Illustration for Time Out New York's Holiday Preview Double Issue.
Promotional animation featuring the Holiday Flat White, a seasonal drink, from Starbucks.
An autumnal map of shopping destinations in and around NYC, for The New York Times.
Short animation created for TED talks, as a companion to Kelly McGonigal's talk on stress. Her talk can be viewed at go.ted.com/goodstress.
Tory Burch talks about humor and her love of playing practical jokes in the office, describing one incident where she told her team she was going to be on Dancing With The Stars. For Surface Magazine.
For a story by Ej Dickson on Racked.com
Illustrations for Kazoo Magazine Issue Two -- The Outdoor Issue
Shimmy if you're with her
Exploring Oregon's Willamette Valley Wine Country, for Wall Street Journal.
Illustrated style instructionals from "Art of the Scarf," published by Hardie Grant UK, to be released in October 2016 by Chronicle Books. This book shares tops and ideas on how to style your favorite scarves.
Illustrated Map for the Billion Oyster Project, an organization that partners with NYC restaurants and Earth Matter to collect discarded oyster shells which are used to rebuild NY Harbor reefs. Part of their programming also involves outreach to NY public schools, educating tens of thousands of students in local ecology and STEM at the New York Harbor School.
Illustrations from The Essential RuPaul: Herstory, Philosophy & Her Fiercest Queens by John Davis, available from Rizzoli Books.
Pieces created for and excerpted from Grace Bonney's In the Company of Women Book Tour Promotional materials. To find out more about the book and the tour, visit designsponge.com/book.
Chaya Deitsch shares her story of how attending Barnard in the 80s helped her embrace a wider world. For Barnard College's Alumni Magazine.
Don't forget the sunscreen.
Illustrated map poster for the Adirondack Hike for Hope. The goal of this challenging 133-mile journey is to raise funds for cancer research at Brigham and Women's Hospital. To learn more and make a donation, click here.
Touting the benefits of hiring millennials, to promote "Why Millennials Matter," by Joan Kuhl.
In anticipation of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil, this map highlights some of the people, places, and things that make Brazil so unique. For Kazoo, a print magazine for girls ages 5-10.
Portrait of Erin Bried, Kazoo Founder and Editor-in-Chief, with her daughters, Ellie and Bea.
Happy Independence Day! Hope yours is full of sunshine, barbecue, and red, white, and blue.
What to do and where to go this summer in the Hamptons, for NY Times Thursday Styles Section.
Happy Mother's Day!
Stop by Stone Ridge Orchard this Memorial Day weekend for fun and fresh-picked fruit!
Promotional poster for Storm King Art Center's "Six Bands, Six Sculptures, Six Genres" Summer Music Festival.
When we achieve equal pay for equal work, we all have greater means with which to invest in our communities. Going to college, being able to afford day care, starting small businesses, and supporting them — it all starts with economic empowerment. This animation was created for Tumblr to promote the United State of Women, a 2-day summit spearheaded by Michelle Obama, taking place in Washington DC, June 14-15, 2016.
A side-by-side comparison of Madrid and Barcelona, for Condé Nast Traveler.
A look at work wardrobe rental, for Wall Street Journal.
When asked to describe my creative process in a gif, this is the best way to explain it. For Konbini's Instaweek.
Understanding etiquette when handling your and your friends' pets. For Dr. Oz Magazine.
For Time Out New York's Summer Preview Issue.
These pups have important work to do.
For Wall Street Journal's Spring "Off Duty 50" special issue.
Feature art for Time Out New York's Fiction Issue.
Illustrated quotes from Moleskine's panel discussion on the Art of Productivity. Work done in part with the Moleskine Smart Writing Set.
As part of their Cultivating Thought Series, this story of thanks comes from 18-year-old David Rhoads.
A sweet accordian-fold wedding invitation, highlighting some of Franki and John's favorite shared memories in NYC.
A happy 100th birthday to Beverly Cleary, and a thank you for the Ramona books.
Black and white and organic all over! This cute cosmetics bag is available for purchase at SW Basics of BK .
Pointing out the pin trend, for Time Out New York's Spring Fashion issue.
Strong women lift each other up! A PSA for International Women's Day, March 8.