I’m so excited to offer this page from the Coloring book as a free download! Download it below, print it, color it and enjoy! Happy Fridayyyy!! – #Whatliftsyou_front_cover coloring_page
And if you’re interested in pre-ordering the coloring book right now, click on one of the boxes below to place your pre-order!
Two of my favorites on the cover of Vogue Magazine this month! I love drawing on magazines, it’s a whole new challenge. Its amazing to contribute your creativity with an entire group of creatives right in front of you…the photographer, the makeup artist, the art director, the hair stylist and the fashion label.
I haven’t shared much of my magazine art with you guys but thought you would enjoy this one!
Visiting Las Vegas is always amazing but coming back out to make 2 interactive art pieces for the grand opening of the shopping center Downtown Summerlin…was even more amazing. I’m so thankful I got to be a part of this project and even more thankful to have met so many great people in the city of Vegas.
The photos below may not be the most glamorous photos but they’re fun and they give a first hand look of how I make these murals. I love sharing behind the scenes photos with you guys. And I hope you enjoy these!
What an amazing week we recently had in Vegas. A lot of you know I was commissioned to do two pairs of interactive wings for Downtown Summerlin – a beautiful outdoor shopping experience with over 125 restaurants and shops. The space will take your breath away, they have great brands & restaurants in there and even more importantly the people were incredible. The entire team, from the maintenance workers to the management office, were all amazing.
It was such an honor to come out and be a part of it. Here are some behind the scenes pics of the opening night by Jake Klein Photography!
^^Loved meeting Governor Sandoval of Nevada!Z^^
To see more great pics, hashtag #whatliftsyou, #fashionmeetstherock and #downtownsummerlin
When I first heard about Good Travel I was pretty excited to learn that a travel company not only wanted to inspire people to travel but they also wanted to support and help the local businesses and communities. It’s a win-win situation. I’ve realized the last few years have been very full for me but the one thing missing was travel. Travel feeds you, opens your world to new people & cultures and inspires you. I’m so thankful to travel again and, better yet, to travel for my art. That’s why getting to know the beautiful ladies from Good Travel has been so amazing. Their support of my work and wanting to be a part of #whatliftsyou has touched me in so many ways. Their main focus is bringing together people who believe in good travel and making a difference with local artisans and businesses that are also focused on good.
I’m so blessed to have been a part of this trip and to have been able to work with such great people. To learn more about Good Travel, check out the following links…you won’t be disappointed;)
Good Travel Website
Good Travel Facebook
Good Travel Instagram
Have a great day guys. More photos coming soon from the Costa Rican wings.
Excited to say the NYC wings have been listed in the top 12 places to take photos in NYC. See the full list here.
This was an amazing piece to work on. 8 feet tall, a whole lot of detail, great people, rain/sun, a few interviews, too many paint markers to count and lots of coffee later…it was an amazing couple of days.
Here are some fun behind the scenes pics…enjoy! xx
Colorado you have a new pair of butterfly wings! This is my first street art piece in Colorado and it’s located at Spur Coffee in Historic Downtown Littleton. I started coming to this coffee shop & networking space a few months ago, and I have to tell you, if you’re in Colorado you need to check this spot out. The people here are amazing and have become like a second family to me. They have a great space, amazing coffee/food and an awesome creative community of people.
This one meant a lot to me and I hope you guys can visit/enjoy these wings ♡
Colorado Butterfly wings taking flight. xx
Do you ever just randomly hold the door open for someone, or give a tourist directions or take a few minutes out of your day to talk to your mom (even if you only have a few minutes to give while rushing across town to a meeting)? Something I’ve realized in my 20s is that kind acts do a hell of a lot more for your soul than any paycheck, fancy clothes or high powering friends. Coalition for the Homeless is one of those organizations I deeply believe in. In addition to being unfailingly kind, they have developed sustainable solutions to prevent homelessness and to assisting those caught in the cycle of homelessness. Check out their work here. They’re amazing.