A commission for ChamEO Chameleon Education and Outreach, Inc. This 501(c) nonprofit rescues and rehabilitates chameleons, as well as offers workshops and educational resources for lovers of this unique reptile species.
In a multidisciplinary studio course led my Paul Frank students were instructed to create an ottoman design based around the theme of food. What would be a better choice than my favorite fruits, citrus! The beautiful color palettes these tangy fruits naturally provide, supplemented by their bright and cheerful character allowed for the creation of a playful set of home furniture.
The design for this vibrantly colored lampshade was inspired by the season of summer. Patterned suns and heat-loving plants like the desert fern, yucca, agave, and zinnia spread across a deep navy sky.
A tropical palm print and its application as upholstery fabric.
native plant floral
This pattern was inspired by a variety of flowers native to southern California, including the Matilija poppy which is sometimes fondly referred to as "the fried-egg flower" due to its crisp white petals and rich yellow center.
the blue orange
The classic porcelain dish-ware motif, the Blue Willow, gets a modern facelift. The original blue-and-white design is re-imagined in a new aesthetic, yet the romantic narrative of transformation and new beginnings are kept alive.
leaf + dot
line + dot
A fun abstract print and various colorways.
citrus + leaves
eyes and lashes
An allover repeat pattern inspired by California Modernism, and more specifically Lucienne Day. Motif and various colorways.
Frequently using the practice of "mind-mapping" in my own creative process inspired me to attempt a visual exploration of that idea. This visual "mind-map" expanded into a visual exploration of the relationships I have with, and symbology of different rooms in a house.
A hand-painted, non-repeating pattern and its application to a skateboard.