Putting the rap in typogRAPhy Music, hand-lettering, graphic design Tampa Bay ????
Five years ago, I directed the first episode of USF Housing Live!, and last week I had the pleasure of being a guest on their 514th episode, the alumni episode, alongside my old boss @gregory_bowers. It was wonderful coming back to @usfhousing where I got my start as a designer. My experience working on this marketing team helped shape the career lady I am today. I’m still blown away by how the team (and office space!) has grown over the years, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to reconnect with my roots. 🤘🏽 The last pic is a throwback from our first episode.
Meet Miss Peanut Butter! She is a kitty we just rescued. Whenever I extend my hand out, Miss Peanut Butter headbutts it (or collapses on it). Every time. So I made a compilation video. 😻 Enjoy!
ICE ICE ICE ICE ICE (cream). Come out to the opening of Sup Cones 2 at the @mizegallery to see my piece and other hip hop & ice cream inspired works of art. 💎🍦💎
Anotha one! @emo_night_tampa is hosting a free show TONIGHT featuring Garrett Klahn of Texas is the Reason and Tanner Jones of You Blew It! 👽
Thanks @theesperkid ✨
bring your dawgs to this month’s @emo_night_tampa — which is tonight! _ _ _ #slowroastedco #thecreativers #createeveryday #design #instadesign #designlife #designspiration #creativecommune #creativemind #supplyandesign #designboom #thedesigntip #itsnicethat #xuxoe #digitalartist #illustrationage #gfxmob #illustration_best #emo #emo_night_tampa #flyerdesign
Tomorrow! @wzhappening and I will be participating in the round table discussion about “Tampa’s Creative Future” — come out and share your thoughts!
Marsha & I at the opening of ICONS: LGBTQ+ Portrait Show 🌸🌼✊🏽🌷🌺
Here’s my portrait of Marsha P. Johnson for the ICONS: LGBTQ+ Portraits Show at the @mizegallery. Marsha P. Johnson was a black trans activist, drag queen socialite, and revolutionary. She was at the forefront of the gay liberation movement, rioting against the systemic oppression of gay and gender non-conforming people brutally enforced by the police. Following the Stonewall Riots, she and close friend Sylvia Rivera founded STAR, Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries, a radical political organization devoted to serving the needs of homeless LGBTQ+ youth and sex workers. When asked what gender she was, Marsha would refer to the P in her name, saying it stood for “pay it no mind,” and would often wear flowers in her hair. The fight for the rights of LGBTQ+ people started with Marsha P. Johnson and others like her— black, brown, trans, gender non-conforming, and radical. I’m hopeful that they will finally get the recognition they deserve.
This Friday, come out to the opening of ICONS at the @mizegallery. 50 artists creating 50 portraits of iconic LGBTQ+ figures to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. I’m very excited to share my portrait of Marsha P. Johnson, a black trans activist who literally fought for the rights of her community as the movement for gay liberation was just beginning. ✊🏽🏳️🌈
Happy 4th anniversary to @emo_night_tampa! Have a PBR for me at tonight’s show 🍻
Young Cat Lim grimey but I feel so elegant
Rootin’ tootin’ stormtroopin’ #emonighttampa
Flyer for @emo_night_tampa x @pabstblueribbon
‘Twas a successful weekend
Thinking about in🤔vest😏ing in more pins _ _ @thegoldmined Collective | Color Collection Shoot | Photo by @jabneyphoto
New mini Pac-Man machine! Looking for more things to make miniature versions of— lmk if you have suggestions