Following the amazing hand-letterer Lauren Hom's 2018 challenge properly titled Homwork, I have been doing each challenge either digitally or with ink and paper, shown are just my favorites, to see all of them peek my instagram. (For a more extensive description of each challenge, follow this link).
Fueled by love for thrifting I started to illustrate each month/trip with the things that I decided to keep for myself (cause I love documenting things), this is an on going project which I will be adding to until.... well, forever? (That's how much I love to thrift)
An Instagram group Lettering Achieve created a community of letterers and designers who can submit letters using a hashtag system. This was my submission for the thread #letteringarchive_H
On going project, where I collected addresses via Instagram and once a week send out cards to inspire cheerfulness and a bit or surprise. I lettered a custom stamp for my return address.
Apply Kindness To Self As Needed — A strong believer in self care this print is intended to remind ourselves that we not only need to be kind to others but to ourselves as well.
A collection of seventy seven unique letter pressed prints that explore the shapes of typography symbols.
This series focuses on the merged identity that is established when two people's lives are intertwined. They develop a security and comfort between each other that becomes the background noise of their everyday life.
Photographs, layout, and bond by me, the cover features a vellum sheet.
Bit Baking Co. is a one man vegan cookie business ran by the ambitious J.R. Renusson. Based in Grand Rapids, Michigan Bit Baking Co. has spread to Chicago, Kalamazoo, and Lansing. With the goal to spread to the east side of the state, JR wanted a brand that stands out on the shelf and holds a professional appearance. I created the logo, packaging, t-shirts, website and social media.
Finding the symbolism in the burning of my teenage diner as I stumbled into adulthood, I’ve been haunted by the mere fact that I don’t remember what that diner’s corner sign looked like through my own eyes. As I move from city to city, that thought has clung to me. This book serves as a documentation of the Lansing area during the time I’ve lived here.