Design

Vintage ads from 1969

April 15, 2014

We just watched the first episode of the new Madmen season last night. I love Matthew Weiner’s attention to detail. The shot of Don Draper riding the escalator against that colorful tile wall in the airport was to die for, let alone the costumes and hairstyles in the rest of the scenes. So I loved […]

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American Illustration 33

April 7, 2014

So thrilled to have my work for the Paris Review selected to appear in American Illustration 33. I had a piece in AI 32. The book was a beautiful compilation of amazing illustration. I was honored to be included and that feeling carries over to this year! “From 9,720 images entered by 1,439 illustrators, magazines, […]

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I’m very excited to let you know that OliveBox is graciously offering up a March OliveBox to one lucky winner! Just leave a comment here and they’ll send you the box. Feeling lucky? You’ll get my book Well-Read Women, my  print Eat Work Cuddle Sleep as well as an adorable notecard from Monica Lee. A winner […]

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I’m beyond excited to announce that the March OliveBox includes my book Well-Read Women: Portraits of Fiction’s Most Beloved Heroines. My friend Grace Kang the incredible entrepreneur and Pink Olive shop owner thought Well-Read Women would be perfect to celebrate Women’s History Month as well as the OliveBox monthly theme…watercolor! Each box also includes my […]

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Milton Glaser for Madmen

March 18, 2014

I was beyond excited when I read this Times article revealing that graphic design baron Milton Glaser would be designing the upcoming season of Madmen‘s billboards and posters. I love that Matthew Weiner grew up admiring Glaser’s work. His sentiments perfectly describe why Glaser’s being hit up to create the illustrations: “he said he had […]

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