My sister organized a scuba trip last year to place reef balls in the Bahamas to help rehabilitate the eco-system. I didn’t get to go to the Bahamas, but I did get to create a graphic for the team t-shirts.
There was a fund-raiser for St. Peter’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church in Gulfport, Mississippi in October 2015. I created the graphic for the event, an evening of wine and food tasting where each team of participants contributed 3 bottles of red wine and one team went home with over 150 bottles of red wine.
The 2016 Diocesan Council for the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi was held in Biloxi this year. As part of the host team, I created some graphics for the event.
The 2016 theme was reflected in this graphic I created for use on all council printed material:
To my delight, it was shared over social media 1000s of times and became a photo destination in the convention hall. Update: This graphic has been picked up by Forward Movement for use on a variety of products. It was also the Episcopal Meme for July 4, 2016.
The Fifties Formal Fantasy paper doll set is based on photographs from formal dances that my mother and her bridge club friends provided me. The dresses drawn from these photos were worn at formal dances in the late 1940’s, to early 1950’s. I challenged myself to create the artwork using the gradient mesh in Adobe Illustrator, which was a new feature of the program at the time I made these illustrations.
This set of nursery rhyme cards were inspired by nursery rhyme advertising cards created by Kate Greenaway. My version is an updated interpretation of the verses, created using Adobe Illustrator. The cards are designed with slits, into which the characters’ heads can be inserted.