The Sit&Tell Project is bringing together storytellers and designers to participate in a community-based art project that seeks to connect people through pulling up a chair and sharing stories of positivity about Strong Women of Toledo.
100 stories were collected and 100 chairs were designed. All 100 chairs were presented in the Glass Pavilion at the Toledo Museum of Art.
Listen to Joanna Bopp-Yarnell's story.
Listen to Anna Kolin's story.
Little Red Riding Hood book cover designed for AIGA's Away With Words exhibition. Away With Words was an exhibition were artists were invited to reimagine any book cover of their choice.
Popcorn Posters was a movie poster redesign exhibition hosted by AIGA Toledo. It was a pop up exhibition where every poster was auctioned off that night. This is a redesign of Tim Burton's Sweeney Todd and Sam Raimi's Evil Dead 2.
Each year Interrupt hosts a fundraising event called Rock the Bowl. We raise money leading up to the final event of bowling and music. All money raised goes directly to the Northwestern Ohio Food Bank. The posters have been created to help promote the event and are also given to all donors.
This t-shirt was designed for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk of Northwest Ohio. It was created for the team "Rock Your Rock" who was participating in the walk. All proceeds from sold t-shirts was donated directly to the American Cancer Association.
Rock, Paper, Sizzle was an album cover redesign exhibition hosted by AIGA Toledo. It was a pop up exhibition where every album cover was auctioned off that night. This is a redesign of Led Zeppelin III.
This poster was created for Interrupt's Have a Heart fundraiser where all proceeds go to the American Heart Association.
The You Are Here Toledo Project (YAH) is a series of large one-of-a-kind outdoor “dots” affixed to various public sidewalks throughout Toledo, Ohio to promote positivity and enhance our sense of place. There were a total of 100 dots placed throughout Toledo. The dot I created, represented and was placed in Levis Square Downtown Toledo, Ohio. The project was funded by the City of Toledo’s One Percent for Art Program, and proudly presented by AIGA Toledo + The Arts Commission.