I’m excited to be able to share the work I did late last year for the new Austin Food & Wine Festival. I worked with art director Eric Wicks at Dialog Studio to both create and license illustrations which were integrated into the website and identity for the festival. It was a great experience!
A few of the pieces that were commissioned:
Check out the official website to see how my work was integrated into the overall design (scroll down!)
Now that Christmas has passed, I can post this. A friend commissioned this as a gift for her husband because they are about to start home brewing beer together.
I put this together for They Draw and Cook’s current “Eat Pretty” contest. I liked making the vegetable pattern…I think I want to do more like this. I just remembered that Spoonflower will custom-print fabric from any high resolution artwork, so I might have to explore that.
I participated in the very cool Ten Paces and Draw blog for the first time last week. The project is organized by fellow MICA alumni Alyssa Nassner and Rachel Dougherty. Each week, participating artists submit sketches on a theme. Then each artist receives someone else’s sketch to take to final. I love the concept, and some really nice work is coming out of it.
Last week’s theme was Flora.
Here is a final illustration I created based on a sketch by Julia Kostreva. Click on the image to visit the Ten Paces blog and see Julia’s original sketch.
And here is a final illustration by Sarah Straub based on my sketch. Click on the image to go see my original sketch she based it on.
I just got this in under the wire for “They Draw & Cook”‘s kid-friendly recipe contest. It’s a really fun website and a great concept. I hope to share more illustrated recipes there in the future.