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Hello! This is a blog to show my process and inspirations. I'm graduating in May 2014 from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) with a major in Graphic Design and I couldn't be more excited!

chutes & ladders #screenprint 🎯 (at MICA Dolphin Building)

chutes & ladders #screenprint 🎯 (at MICA Dolphin Building)

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It has been a while! Things I did over my winter break: 

- had double jaw surgery. I can bite with my front teeth now, nbd.
- revamped my website + resume, adding some sparkle
- applied for two internships (no dice!)
- designed two logos + website and other projects
- won a contest with Donate Life Maryland, awesome!
- accepted a position in an honors programs
- got asked to to be in an art book (shh! deets on that later.)
- applied for a competitive scholarship, fingers crossed!

Having time off from school to pursue other projects has been incredibly fulfilling and reaffirms my love for the design industry. The surgery, not as much fun. So lucky to be able to work remotely!

Here’s to an inspiring & rigorous spring semester. I’m taking courses in web, science, print, and social design. Cannot wait!!

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This week I made a floral alphabet!

This week I made a floral alphabet!

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Magazine mock-up. Photo by Max Attenborough
‘Redo’ is a publication that emphasizes repurposing and refurbishing home décor. The magazine appeals to a design oriented audience that likes to customize living spaces and defeat clutter. Mixing timeless and modern styles is encouraged. The magazine features many articles topics such as DIY, restoration, organization, and inspiration. 
I liked the title ‘Redo’ because it reiterates the idea to build upon something already existing. Merriam Webster lists “redecorate” as the definition of redo. Re ”DO” is a call to action, a physical process of making. The magazine’s audience isn’t afraid to roll up their sleeve and spend time to craft a unique piece for their home.

Magazine mock-up. Photo by Max Attenborough

‘Redo’ is a publication that emphasizes repurposing and refurbishing home décor. The magazine appeals to a design oriented audience that likes to customize living spaces and defeat clutter. Mixing timeless and modern styles is encouraged. The magazine features many articles topics such as DIY, restoration, organization, and inspiration. 

I liked the title ‘Redo’ because it reiterates the idea to build upon something already existing. Merriam Webster lists “redecorate” as the definition of redo. Re ”DO” is a call to action, a physical process of making. The magazine’s audience isn’t afraid to roll up their sleeve and spend time to craft a unique piece for their home.

A pattern I made while at MaeMae Paperie was used to create swimsuits/pants. So fun!Photo by M’oda Operandi, Swimsuit by Marysia Swim

A pattern I made while at MaeMae Paperie was used to create swimsuits/pants. So fun!

Photo by M’oda Operandi, Swimsuit by Marysia Swim

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Re-worked my website this weekend! view

Re-worked my website this weekend!
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Poster series referencing past art movements

Poster series referencing past art movements

Poster series referencing past art movements

Poster series referencing past art movements

Poster series referencing past art movements

Poster series referencing past art movements

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