Two years ago, I shared a series of photos chronicling significant moments, whether grand or small. I left it vague without explaining events and will continue to. I think it’s valuable to leave room for the viewer to imagine or interpret their own story. So here is a second collection of significant moments taken from 2015 to 2017.Read More
I’ve opened a shop that I’m hosting myself! Here’s what I’d like to say about it. I think Christmas should be about more than what it appears to be these days and I think you feel the same. I was recently awakened to the fact that I often don’t bother to feed myself well just out of laziness when I have the opportunity to do so (clarification: I do eat!). Yet so many people in this city don’t have that “luxury”. I see so many of them every day around the city. But food isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. So I’d like to donate half of the proceeds from my shop this Christmas to help feed the homeless in Seattle. It’s not much but it’s something. If you’ve got no other incentive, will you help me do that? I’ll be donating through UGM (Seattle Union Gospel Mission) which you can do directly if you’d rather.Read More
I’ve been painting, experimenting with abstract shapes and patterns. I want to visually communicate emotions, music, moments, or the mundane. The translation of these things onto paper fascinates me and the act of painting itself is cathartic, slowing down time in a way my soul needs these days.
So I am excited to share them with you. The originals can be purchased on Etsy (update: purchase right here in the shop) while reproductions and new manifestations (pillows, apparel, phone cases, etc.) can be purchased on Society6. I’d be honored if you want to make them yours.
More photographs within the full post.Read More
I’ve begun a happy relationship with the amazing innovators and passionate coffee-lovers of Slayer Espresso. This is a glimpse into the first product of that connection. They asked me to create a one-off t-shirt for their new product, Slayer Steam. A shirt that people would want to buy. Something secretive, subversive, something so very Slayer.Read More
As The Blue Carpet Club came to me for a logo and brand guidelines, they described themselves this way:
The Blue Carpet Club is hipster, handcrafted, and confident. It’s exclusive and personal, but friendly and unpretentious. It’s quirky, with a flair for the absurd. It romanticises the old and vintage, but lives in the present and embraces the future. Its design should raise as many questions as answers, and should intrigue people to want to know more.Read More