Wilda is a sassy little witch who doesn’t dare follow the cliché. She prefers a dog instead of a cat. She proudly wears fiery red while everyone else is dressed in boring black. As far as food goes, Wilda believes life is too short to eat nothing but junk.
After a little bit of worry and a whole lot of wondering, Wilda discovers a way to put her unique touch on something all the witches can enjoy — FOOD. In the end, the other witches and their tummies, appreciate the spin Wilda puts on nearly everything.
NYC Trip Journal
This pocket-sized NYC Trip Journal is a great way to keep track of your trip’s hits (and dips). There are fun illustrations on every page, space to journal and a checklist full of quirks.
Ferrero Rocher asked moiself to illustrate 35 social posts for their holiday giveaway. Chocolate lovers had a chance to win a crazy indulgent prize every day for 25 days. It's sort of Oprah’s favorite things giveaway, minus Oprah. Below are a few of my faves.
Motherly Advice is an on-going passion project of mine where I gather relationship advice from mothers of an older generation. I then illustrate that piece of advice. Here’s what I’ve heard so far...
Don't move in without the ring.
Always have getaway money.
Do a background check. He could be a murderer or worse, married.
He should like you more than you like him.
Keep your crazy inside.
Never wait for a relationship to travel.
Newselais an educational website that allows children to read everyday content at their own reading level and pace. Now that’s a pretty smart idea. They asked me to create over 100 funky spot illustrations for their summer reading program and I said, of course. Here are a few of the coolest.
Meta Freeis an all-new fiber supplement without all that artificial coloring and crap. We decided it deserved an ad just as real. I illustrated two print ads, then worked with a paper cut artist to take it to the next level.
New York City Map
Metamucil needed a new and sassy vibe that would attract a younger audience, so they shortened their name to Meta and tried illustration with quirky headlines on for size.