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Namaste In Bed

I chose to use yoga as my inspiration for my icons. I created a yoga mat, a yoga block, and other yoga objects, poses and symbols at first. I ended up focusing my design on yoga poses and symbols. The poses speak more to me personally. My final draft changed...

A Walk Through The Food Court

I had a lot of fun making these icons. There were definitely challenges along the way that I tried to overcome and overall it was a great learning experience.  When I first started sketching, I knew exactly what I wanted to make my icon set of. I love junk food and I...

Icelandic Wonders

My objective for this vector project was to create a set of icons that represent some of top places to visit in Iceland. I wanted to do it in a way sort of “set the scene” of what is actually there. Take a look at this blog post to learn more about my process.

What movie was that from?

In creating these icons I wanted to have cars as my main idea. At first, I thought about just doing categories of cars (pick ups, sedans, exotic, classic, etc.), but found it more fun and unique to go with cars that are well known from movies. I wanted to make sure...

Skyline Romantic

What a relief – they’re done! I did 12 icons on some big cities around the world that have a defined tall building in their skyline, and then the faint city skyline behind it. I am a LOVER of skylines (weird obsession), so I knew I wanted to incorporate...

The Truth is Out There

The truth is out there… Aliens are real. Trust no one.  I love the X-Files. Government conspiracy theories, aliens, murder investigations, and high-tech 90’s gear make for such a strong aesthetic. When I was tasked to create 12 icons with one theme, my...

Can I Give You A Hand?

We shake hands when we meet someone. We wave our hands to say goodbye. In our hands, there are so many minute things (motions and habits) that tell others about us. Everything from our nails, to our skin, the jewelry we wear – they all tell a story. My goal was...

Trapped in a Box

Trapped The last year has been quite the roller coaster. My mom passed away a year ago January. The following months I spent in all stages of grief. I literally felt like my emotions were trapped inside a front I was putting on for people. I tried every day to live in...

International Love

Seeing the World through My Eyes With these icons I really wanted to capture the essence of the twelve countries I had the opportunity to visit in the last year. I decided that the skin tones would create a unique color palette, and so I went from there. These icons...

He’s in the Upsidedown

Over this last summer, I got into watching the new Netflix Original series called, Stranger Things. This is a big deal for me. I am not one to sit down and watch a TV show in my spare time. But this one was so good, it was worth it. So ever since I learned that one...

Controlling Controllers

The objective was to create icons that are recognizable and have the same perspective. I chose the evolution of the famous game controllers. Beginning the sketches, meant I needed to go back a decade and picture the consoles and controllers in my big brother’s room....

Let The Dogs Out

I have always, always loved dogs! Every kind, big or small. I wanted to create an icon set that had various breeds, and that focused on their unique faces. The first thing I did to make these was sketch, (alot). Sketch When I sketched, I wanted to emphasize the thing...

What Lies in Your Future?

I was a little intimidated going in to this project–especially since I have very little Adobe Illustrator experience. But I am actually incredibly happy with how my icons turned out! I decided to go with the twelve zodiac signs, since I’ve always been a...

Icons: Babimals !

Before I started working on this project, my daughter started crying. I tried to cheer her up, so I just played with her by drawing some animals on paper. I am very surprised by how much my daughter loves my simple animal drawings. She was happy and smiling. That made...

Unfortunate Events

I had recently watched Neil Patrick Harris’s Series of Unfortunate Events when we were assigned to create icons so I decided to create a set of icons to depict important elements of the show. I chose some key characters from the show and decided to depict...

Come on Son! – Psych Icons

Inspiration is sometime hard to come by when beginning a new project. I decided to try my hand at designing a set of 12 icons. I was excited to begin the project but then had a hard time choosing which subject I wanted to design. I sketched animals, LDS temples, and...

Let Me Walk You Through It

I have always had a thing for shoes, especially the vintage style sneakers of the 80’s and the 90’s. Shoes are always the first thing I notice about a person, and I swear I remember a person’s shoes better than I remember their name. I’m not...

Generations of Music

Creating an icon of my very own choice! This project was unique in the fact that I got to chose the subject matter and the subject I selected was music devices. The goal was to create icons that were creative, well designed and communicated to the target audience....

Weaponized!

I both liked and struggled with this project. The struggle didn’t necessarily come from the idea, because I knew what I wanted to do. What I struggled with was how I wanted to accomplish what I wanted to achieve. I didn’t want to approach this like...

Let’s travel!

Traveling is one of the things I like to do the most. During my life I had the opportunity of living in different countries and I learned so many things like new languages and cultures. I also learned how to be prepared before going on a trip. This is why I chose to...