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Hand Drawn Ornaments

I have rediscovered shrinky dinks and love them just as much as I did as a kid! They are such a great canvas for pencil crayon! I mostly make ornaments but Pong was requested as a magnet! I also love to draw houses and architecture for key rings.
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YYC Beltline Bike Rack

I was selected from a Call to Artists to transform the YYC Beltline bike racks. I spent 12 days painting the mural – and in keeping with typical Calgary May weather I argued with the rain, basked in the sunlight and finished the piece 6 hours before the snow. Better Bike Racks and The Blox YYC put out a request for submission of a design depicting a social issue of 2020. But at the time I needed to focus on moving forward – on inclusivity and interconnectivity. No beginning or end, but wanting to learn and grow. I am so honoured to have had a platform to express myself in a community I love, and on such a unique canvas. This project will always be special to me as my first public art piece, I hope that it causes others as much joy as it gave me. It was a dream come true and an area I wish to continue pursuing. Two Word Productions created the amazing video below documenting the project.  
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Simply Lovely

2021 Valentine’s Collection:  Simply Lovely Handmade earrings and a set of cards
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Library Store on Wheels

The Calgary Public Library Foundation came to me with a super exciting project this summer – Library Store on Wheels! I got to design the logo and the vinyl wrap for a trailer they had made by another local artist. I had it produced on whiteboard vinyl so they can write messages, prices or sales and customize the store each time they open. Last year I created several products for the Calgary Public Library Store, and they needed some new inventory this summer for their new mobile store: I did a small series of Untold Fairy Tales and another tote bag.
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Anūs Magazine

(*ah-noos) Altering Notions and Unseemly Shit. This was a super fun magazine collaboration with Dana Lissack. We explored wasted opportunities by literally digging through the trash to suss out the chasm of possibilities that awaits. With a humorous and cheeky tone we provide entertainment, and creative inspiration to our readers. In this particular issue we venture to the otherside with our trash, where life is polished, and refined. Luxurious and provocative. Tasty and expensive. Anūs: Fancy edition  
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Book Series Redesign

I wanted to redesign A Series of Unfortunate Events books for a special limited time collector’s edition that came with puzzles for the avid reader to decipher and enhance the experience of a great series. The suitcase belongs to Lemony Snicket; somebody was following him and so he had to stash his suitcase away with all his working copies of the books, his notes, and prized trinkets. Now you, lucky reader, have come across it. In the case you will find: Lemony’s Commonplace book Books 1-13 A trinket from each of the Baudelaire children Disguises for a true VFD        
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Beauty Line

CORE is an androgynous beauty line that celebrates who you truly are. We relish the natural, and aim to encapsulate raw elements that will enhance and empower you. Be proud of your core; let it radiate, and let our products help you draw out whatever that may be. We want you to feel incredible. The video on the right could be used on CORE’s website as a hero banner, or for social media promotions.
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Sex Pamphlet

This is a pamphlet I created in Info Design. Intended for ages 14-24, it is meant to entertain the viewer during their long stay in a clinic waiting room with crass illustrations, open-minded information, and shocking statistics. The purpose is to realize that everyone is different, and there is no need to feel ashamed or judge anyone else. It’s time to be open, honest and safe. It is three booklets saddle-stitched in an accordion format for easy handling: Attraction Be Smart and Safe Why Now?
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Visual Language

Creative Challenge: Create a new visual language for film advertising. One that relies on and relishes words, instead of falling back on the usual photographic imagery. Take a director of your choice and use the power of type to promote a retrospective screening of their films. Christopher Nolan often plays with time in his epic movies. This is why I chose to center my entire concept around one continuous thread to illustrate a timeline that interacted with motifs from the three movies. • Memento chronicles two separate stories of the main character, and the scenes are clues/hints to restore his memory. • Inception plays with time since as with each deeper level, time slows down. Ariadne, the architect in the movie is told to design mazes and her character is based off a woman in greek mythology that lead the hero of the story through a labyrinth using her rope. • Interestellar’s letters are strung up in the stars, and in this movie all the astronauts are affected by time due to a blackhole.
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Product Design

The Calgary Public Library was looking for products that bookworms would love! They had the standard swag with the logo on it covered, so we looked at what they were missing, and how we could make some products quirkier. Products Clockwise: large mug (for lots of coffee) bookmarks greeting cards poster/print tote bags wrapping paper “This book belongs to” stickers You can Shop for a Cause and get any of these items & much more at librarystore.ca
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