Anyone can see how much I love Kentucky. And really, there's not much to NOT love about the Bluegrass state. I've been immensely honored to work with Kentucky for Kentucky over the past few years. Some of these are projects for KY4KY, but many are self-initiated. It's good to stretch the creative muscles and test my versatility and Kentucky is certainly a big muse of mine.

This illustration--or collection of illustrations--was commissioned by Kentucky for Kentucky. I was inspired by a vintage floral illustration of fairly uniform lines and gauzy watercolor fill.

This print and tee design was created for 15th State Apparel.

This design was created for a client who wanted to showcase Versailles, Kentucky.

This piece started out as client work. When the project fell through, I reworked the illustration to be a tribute to the gorgeous orchards of Kentucky. We're more than horses and bourbon!

I'm unsure if this cover design for the UK CAFE Lookbook was ever implemented, but I did enjoy its creation.

This 'vintage' postcard was done for fun. I love the contrast of the brick and stone on this haunted behemoth and wanted to create something in homage of how it looked in the early 20th century.

A vintage-inspired Louisville piece for a local art show.

This personal piece was inspired by the amazing signs of years gone by.

Kentucky wrapping paper design number 1, cookies and candy.
Kentucky wrapping paper design 2, Y'ALL.
A lettering project that looks pretty nice on a rocks glass.
This hand lettering piece was done for Kentucky for Kentucky with the intent of becoming the etched glass pictured below.
'Cocaine Bear' is somewhat of a celebrity thanks to Kentucky for Kentucky. They asked for a very 80's design, something 'Miami Vice'. Working on this design hurt my eyes a little.
I had never designed socks before, so this was a learning experience. I was asked by KY4KY to create some patterns to honor derby and bourbon, so naturally, we have roses, horses, barrels and bottles. Next designs were to celebrate fried chicken and yet more horses. I've since designed a number of socks for the 'spinoff' brand Southern Socks.
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