The Emoji Book challenged artists from around the world to re-interpret the emoji. I was one of many contributing artists for the project, and was given the door emoji to re-imagine. For the challenge, I took inspiration from architecture within the Bay Area. Everyday I discover different quirky, yet beautiful Victorian-style homes and wanted to capture the San Francisco personality within this illustration.
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*Images of the Emoji Book have been taken from the Emjoi Book site.
I was one of twelve "Essential Artists" selected to participate in an 1800 Tequila global campaign. The group's illustrations were featured on limited edition tequila bottles, 360 advertising and a meet-the-artist gallery event in New York featuring our work.
Campaign was featured on Lovely Package.
When I was with Breedlove Creative, I worked on illustrations for both clients and internal projects. The first illustration was done for a presentation explaining how responsive design works, and I was also tasked to create a diagram of a blood moon for one of the Bedell Guitar books.