The silk blend scarf collection was created as a play with textile, shape, color, and accessibility. The idea of translating work into wearable, functional pieces has been something at the forefront of my creation and will continue to be in 2019.
All photographs were taken by Tropico Photo by Michelle Norris and Forrest Aguar.
Leon's Full Service: NYE Menu
Leon’s Full Service is a restaurant centered around hospitality, seasonality in menu items, and full service. The menu book pictured utilized a playful palette and eccentric design to kick off the new year with delicious treats!
Ivy Niu Lookbook
IVY NIU features playful and bold pieces that have been delicately illustrated by hand and digitally composited in-house, with production managed step-by-step by Ivy herself. Every IVY NIU piece places an emphasis on simple silhouettes and features organic shapes and eclectic designs.
The Coco + Mischa team created a 3 month pop-up in West Midtown (Atlanta) for the holiday season of 2018-2019. Meredith Anne White co-curated the space alongside shop manager Shelly Searcy. The space thrived off of bold pops of color, exceptional mid-century sculptural work by Lauren Sanders, and locally sourced goods and vintage.
Stacks Square Mural
The Stacks Square Mural initiative started in 2017 for the Cabbagetown neighborhood to specifically bring art to the 7 x 7 squares on the back entrance of the Cotton Factory Lofts on Carroll Street at Tennelle. 10 artists are invited to paint murals each time, while another 10 are selected for the next round (rotations are a couple of times per year). The goal of this project is to involve neighborhood artists, creating stronger bonds between between the diverse City of Atlanta neighborhoods of Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown, and Old 4th Ward.
Recess is a vegetable-centric, fine-casual restaurant at Krog Street Market in Atlanta. We make food that makes you feel good and won’t slow you down. Chef Victoria Shore’s menu features dishes and beverages both healthy and delicious. Dine-in, take away, eat, drink, share, laugh, and get ready for whatever your day may bring!
A series created for an all-female show at Trinity Mercantile in Design. The group of work that was and continues to be inherently female.
forgot my shirt (yet again)
let her free
"I prefer unkempt and unconventional to understood."
yogi in the yard
monday blues (bleeds)
Ponce City Market: Coco + Mischa
COCO + MISCHAis a retail shop based in Ponce City Market in Atlanta, Georgia. C+M aims to work with small, sustainable and socially conscious makers to provide the things that make your life more creative and beautiful.
GRLSQUASH is a biannual journal about the intersections among food, art, and culture. The mission of the journal is to highlight the overlaps of these worlds with words, images, and recipes from our contributors. The journal revels in womxn and femmes and living life with a fire in your belly — or maybe a thick slice of cheesecake. Food is the common thread connecting the GRLSQUASH community with the belief it's the GRLs we need to shout about the most.
Treehouse Kid & Craft
Treehouse is a family-run and community supported kid’s shop + creative space located in Decatur, GA. Treehouse offers a range of well-designed and responsibly-made products for babies, kids, families, and crafters of all ages. In addition to the shop, Treehouse has a classroom space where a variety of classes are taught that encourage creative thinking, problem solving, and hands on activities.
Cooks & Soldiers
Cooks & Soldiers draws its inspiration from the people and the cuisine of the Basque Country in Spain and France. The Spanish call it Pais Vasco; the Basque say Euskal Herria. Regardless of nomenclature, it stands for thousands of years of fierce independence, cultural autonomy, and unrivaled cuisine.
The graphic was created for the Fetes de Bayonne festival thrown every year in the restaurant space with a special menu, live music, and cocktails.
Signs of Solidarity
Signs of Solidarity is an ongoing, Philadelphia-based public art project in protest of hate and divisiveness. The first phase of theSigns of Solidarity project took place on January 20th, 2017 and saw dozens of buildings across the cities of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Atlanta, Georgia drop large, artist-made banners displaying messages of love and inclusivity to stand in opposition to hate and in protest of any and all that embolden divisiveness. We refuse to accept the normalization of divisiveness and the hate it breeds. We’re a better city because of our love and inclusivity.