Books


Nihongo Ga Wakarimasen is one part travel guide, one part personal scrapbook, and all parts useful and fun. If you are planning a trip to Japan months away or need a last minute guide to read on the airplane and toss in your bag, my book will be perfect for you. I detail my travels between Tokyo and Kagoshima, with multiple stops along the way. This 40 page book is printed in full color, with protective clear plastic cover and pink spiral binding.


Stationary



Risograph printed Greeting Card


Original Design

Greeting Card made for the 2018 Chinese New Year. The design was originally drawn in Photoshop, then printed via Risograph to cardstock. You can purchase these cards here.




I wanted to design an inclusive, non-denominational holiday card to send out to clients, family, and friends. This is what I ended up with! Instead of using traditional cold-weather botanicals for the wreath, I decided to take my inspiration from succulents and air plants.



Set of three Greeting Cards made for Valentines Day. I wanted to make sexy and sassy grown up Valentine’s Day Cards. These feature my original illustrations, and have been printed via a Risograph to cardstock. You can purchase these cards here.   



Accessories




Atheltic shoelaces in two alternate colorways. These shoelaces have been sublimated printed, which means the designs will not wear off with time and age. 



Final Packaged Product



Digital Design & Finalized Patches

With this design, I wanted to test the limitations of bringing a drawn design into the format of an embroidered patch. After some research, I was able to find a manufactuerer with the ability to work with gradients in embroidered form. This design is inspired by my love of strawberries. Outside of being delicious, they are cute to look at; also a treat for the eyes! You can purchase this patch here


Digital Design & Finalized Patches

Final Packaged Product

I wanted to make an embroidered patch design that was darker, in contrast to the Strawberries design above. After brainstorming, I decided to take some inspiration from my own name. I added the rope for a more gothic element, and to make this rose patch a little more unique. You can purchase this embroidered patch here.



Various Enamel pins designed in 2017-now. I enjoy creating pins because it is an easy and acessible way for people to own a piece of my original artwork. These designs are inspired off various pop culture and cute imagery. All pins can be purchased here.

Digital Enamel Pin Designs


Los Angeles, Calif, 2019