Don't forget the sunscreen.
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.
Elevenses: Five Whiskies fit for Morning. For Eater.
This friendly, little elephant was created for iconic surface design company Schumacher, and features some of their most popular prints.
A PSA for Safer Internet Day, to build awareness and foster a happier, safer, kinder web. For Tumblr's Post It Forward Project.
Words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
The best way to fake a tan, for Boston Weddings Magazine.
A little Greenpointer's Valentines Day Market Promo
A World of Hurt. Feature on chronic pain, for O Magazine.
Illustrations for Holistic Nutrition Coach Barb Biagioli's website.
Announcement for Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs' latest cookbook, "Food52: A New Way to Dinner".
Illustrated Map featuring some favorite spots to grab a bite in Beverly Hills, for Sixty Hotel Group.
A look at what some celebrities would like to find in their hotel minibars. For Condé Nast Traveler.
Announcement for the Phoenicia Flea in Brooklyn, a weekend-long curated holiday craft bazaar.
Plants tell you how they want to be treated, if you're willing to listen. Modern botanical print for Uncommon Goods. Available for purchase here.
Joy Cho's favorite East L.A. spots, for Design Sponge.
An Illustrated map for the lucky traveler who's stuck on a layover in Paris.
This Brooklyn map print features favorite places to go and things to see and do around the borough's many neighborhoods. Available for purchase here.
Who drinks hard root beer? This guy. For Eater.com.
Promo piece for Urban Outfitters Space 98 Holiday Market
One piece from Franki and John's summery wedding suite.
A visual profile of places to go, things to do, and shops to explore while in NYC's Financial District. For Vanity Fair. Glamour, and Conde Nast Traveler.
10 Style Icons, for "Man Made," a men's grooming how-to book by Dan Jones, in book stores Fall 2015
She works, she plays, she's a sassy little paper doll. Available on Etsy.
Illustrations for sections of the newly redesigned Toast.net.
Wedding etiquette, for Boston Weddings Magazine.
The secrets of reselling luxury clothes, for Wall Street Journal.
Announcement for the opening of Becca PR's LA office
A series of illustrated animated gifs for Old Navy's Snowed in Campaign, on Tumblr.
Illustrations for Infographic of how to choose the right cruise for you. For Washington Post.
Seven Honeymoon destinations for newlyweds in search of distinct food-centric experiences, ranging from Japanese farm-to-table cuisine to white tablecloth dining in Costa Brava, Spain, for Food52.
Feature art for Tasting Table's list of where to volunteer on Thanksgiving.
Some men's must-have grooming tools, for "Man Made," by Dan Jones, in book stores Fall 2015.
A visual index of craft breweries of Maine.
Done in conjunction with Dusty Rose Vintage, this series shows women whose style and thinking has had a lasting influence on our culture.
Tote bag illustration for Dusty Rose Vintage, a vintage wholesaler in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
An abridged inventory of some of the wildlife that's been spotted in Greenpoint, Brooklyn's Newtown Creek, including, moon jellies, mallard ducks, muskrats, and more.
A Map of Rome for Katie and Giancarlo Caldesi's upcoming Italian Cookbook, "A Taste of Rome," published by Hardie Grant UK. On sale Summer 2015.
Series of 5 illustrations, depicting proper Japanese etiquette for travelers.
For Condé Nast Traveler
Mix & match your own beauty products with this poster for S.W. Basics.
Illustration for animated sequence in Full Disclosure with the band Big Data, for spin.com.
Click the image to watch the animation.
This poster, created in support of the efforts of Wateraid.org, features an alphabet of topics surrounding the global issue of access to clean water. Originally created for The Shit Show, an art event to benefit Wateraid, opening on November 19, 2015—National Toilet Day.
Commissioned by Makr.co, these illustrations are part of their customizable Thanksgiving kit, available on their website. Photographs ©Makr.co.
Trailer for "Skin Cleanse," a book about natural beauty by Adina Grigore, founder of SWBasics.
Animation by Libby VanderPloeg and Chris Bruffee.
Illustration for animated sequence in Full Disclosure with the band Cults, for spin.com.
Click the image to watch the animation.
Something to ponder as we ready ourselves for the 2016 presidential election.
Lettering and Illustration for cover of Edward St. Aubyn novel, Lost for Words
A Design Sponge regional guide to some of Ulster County's best-loved shops, restaurants, and natural features, picked by Grace Bonney.
Winter Holiday Print. Available here on Etsy.
A map highlighting Food52 and Nomad Restaurant's favorite places to eat and explore in their shared Manhattan neighborhood. For Food52.
Map of Portland, Maine, for Portland Trading Co.
Limited Edition of 50, 2-color silkscreen on bright white.
Available for sale at Portland Trading Co. or in my Etsy shop.
A collection of stories and style from my 92-year-old grandmother, Bette. Bettedays.com
Happy Halloween, kiddos.
Poster for the Pecha Kucha Brooklyn Event.
Feature Art for multi-city gudes to cheap places to eat all over the country.
Illustrations for Skin Cleanse, a book about natural skincare by Adina Grigore, founder of SW Basics. Published by Harper Collins, to be on sale in bookstores 2/17/15. Available now for preorder here.
A Jar of Pickles. Pickles, the cat.
A map of Stripe Santa Cruz's favorite spots to relax and play around the city and slightly beyond.
A visual guide to Summertime in the Hudson Valley, for Upstater Magazine.
Details from an illustrated mural featuring the neighborhoods of Baltimore and two maps (an overview of Baltimore plus an inset of the University campus) . Located on West Oliver Street in downtown Baltimore. Scale: 37 meters wide x 3 meters tall.
Biking infographic, illustrating writer and biking enthusiast Jeff Sims' journey up the Hudson River, from Battery Park to the Adirondacks. For Upstater magazine.