Category: Health and Nature
South City Breakfast
This is what breakfast looks like in South City, STL. Thanks to my proximity to Tower Grove Farmer’s Market, this mornings breakfast was made up of farm fresh eggs, ridiculously crisp spiced dill pickles and old world style bagels from Black Bear Bakery… all enjoyed from my breezy back porch. (Not pictured Kuva Iced Coffee)
I recently hosted an Urban “Camp Inn,” inviting friends to to bring camp gear, roast marshmallows, tell ghost stories and bask in the glow of a fire (created from a 1969 Sony B&W TV with footage of a real camp fire looped on the screen, and logs made from contact paper and Trader Joe’s coffee…
Bare Knuckle Roasting Co. Logo and Branding
Logo and branding design for Bare Knuckle Roasting Company, a small batch coffee roasting startup based in Jefferson City, Mo. Design inspired by 1920s art deco style packaging and the classic image of a bare knuckle boxer and his perfectly groomed facial hair. Bare Knuckle Roasting Company is currently offering some amazingly complex and delicious limited roasts…
Lindenwood University Sustainability Alliance Stainless Steel Water Bottle
Stainless steel water bottle created for Lindenwood University Sustainability Alliance, an environmental action organization that addresses ecological, social, and economic concerns through implementation of sustainable environmental practices at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, MO.
Boulevard Cafe Fall Harvest Party
Fall Harvest Party flier designed for a local vegetarian/coffee cafe in Jefferson City, Missouri. The event featured live music from area bands, a barista contest and fall flavored drink specials.
Missouri Roots Button
” I dig my Missouri Roots” Button created for Missouri State Archives…. it received quite a bit of facebook love— 11,400 views- not bad for a little button….
Veggie Woman! Vegetarian Superhero?
Conquer the World: One Plate at a Time
Conquer the World: One Plate at a Time poster created to promote dietary health and diversity… and also to further my study and obsession with 1930s-1940s Works Progress Administration style design.