Hand lettered things with no particular category from 2016
In my opinion, Carolyn Keane's magnum opus, aka the book I couldn't put down as a surly pre-teen, and sent me reeling when I did finish it.
"Nancy Drew & The Sign of the Twisted Candles"By: Carolyn Keene
Commemorating one of my childhood favourite red-heads. A series of re-imagined hand-lettered book covers.
"Anne of Avonlea"
By: L.M. Montgomery
"Anne of Green Gables"By: L.M. Montgomery
A mock book cover in which I thoroughly explore the full extent of my flourishes and love of accent colours.
Lost & Found
A collaborative poster design with the incredibly talented John Soleas
A fan-cover and my unabashed love letter to Kate and Sarah Klise's "Letters from Camp" which I devoured as a child more times than I can count, and still brings me great nostalgic joy to read.
A Russian saying my dad used to say to me growing up, which translates loosely to "the eyes are a afraid but the hands do anyway". That was probably my childhood equivalent of "fake it till you make it"
A wedding invitation that I illustrated and PaperPlate Plus designed, for a 3-day outdoor wedding.