Graphic Design & Illustration
The Green Owl Cafe Rebrand
The Green Owl Cafe is one of my favorite vegan/vegetarian restaurants in the Madison area. Established in 2009, this cozy cafe has been offering some of the best food (in my opinion) for over a decade. My concept for this rebrand was to bring a more organic feel to the logo by using hand-drawn elements and tying it all together with a nice script type-face.
- Skills: TYPOGRAPHY, LOGO DESGIN, BRANDING
- Software: PROCREATE, ILLUSTRATOR, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN
American Flatbread Logo
American Flatbread in Burlington, VT will always hold such a special place in my heart. I moved to Burlington, VT in 2016 to be closer to my family and American Flatbread is the first place that hired me. I made so many lifelong friendships there and learned so much from my time there. I love this place so much that I decided to create a logo for them! I incorporated my own illustration into the logo, using their iconic wood-fired hearth as the main focal point. I ended up sending this self-initiated project to my old boss and they want to use my logo on t-shirts!
- Skills: ILLUSTRATION, TYPOGRAPHY, LOGO DESIGN
- Programs: PROCREATE, ILLUSTRATOR, PHOTOSHOP
Starbucks for Pride Branding Campaign
This project was one of my all-time favorite projects to work on. LGBTQ rights is something that I am very passionate about and when I got the opportunity to create a campaign for Starbucks for Pride, I had to jump on it! For the logo, I decided to use the original image of the Starbuck's siren but put my own twist on her. I played with a lot of color pride color palettes and textures until I finally landed on the right ones. I created social media posts, merchandise and a poster series for the campaign.
- Skills: ILLUSTRATION, BRANDING
- Programs: PROCREATE, PHOTOSHOP, INDESIGN, ILLUSTRATOR
For this project, we were assigned to create a duotone chapbook. I have a passion for natural and holistic medicine and wanted to create a chapbook based on my knowledge of natural healing plants and herbs. I decided to hand-illustrate each of the elements in procreate. I then transferred those illustrations into Adobe Illustrator and created patterns out of each element so that each page would have a different pattern. I used textured overlays to give a "vintage" feel, as if you were opening an old gardening book that's been sitting at your grandparent's house.
- Skills: ILLUSTRATION, LAYOUT DESIGN, BOOK MAKING
- Programs: PROCREATE, ILLUSTRATOR, INDESIGN, PHOTOSHOP