Her intentions aren't so dark.
A few projects from my time as an Illustration Intern at Airbnb. I worked on mostly internal projects, with a variety of different teams and a focus on cultivating culture within the company.
A poster and menu I made with fellow illustrator Allison Carl. Prompted with the phrase "pleasure and pain", we fantasized about a super spicy ramen shop!
I handled the character illustration and lettering, and Allison took over the beautiful linework. We both tackled color and design.
A piece inspired by a line from the podcast Lore.
"Horror is born where the light is the brightest."
Personal piece, filled with things I love. Magic, cats, big sweaters, cooking.
A spooky cash register...
Poster based on an anti-litter campaign catchphrase.
Aiming From All Sides.
Illustration for PLANSPONSOR, September 2017 issue.
Moving an unruly plant!
Small piece for the Sunday Times, about being unable to escape work, even on vacation. Print only.
Summer-themed announcement, spot illustration for the July/August 2017 issue of PLANADVISER.
I had the opportunity to create some illustrations for my own graduating yearbook! I drew a double-sided cover, spot illustrations for each of the 16 majors and letters from faculty, and pattern motifs for use throughout the book.
Digital animation and acrylic painting.
Growing collection of personal drawings in black, with maybe another color.
Poster pitched for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.
An editorial illustration for a fun, wild (if nauseating) journey into the world of Bulletproof Coffee, written by Tasbeeh Herwees for GOOD.