While working as a product manager for Headline Shirts, I also created illustrations to be screen printed on t-shirts from 2012-2016. These are a selection of my favorites.
Silly Street Board Games
Silly Street is a line of Character Builder games & toys that help kids develop character skills like grit, curiosity, empathy & creativity. Using their brand guidelines, I illustrated ten situation cards for a game they created to strengthen children's empathy. The situations were meant to be ambiguous and funny, so children could identify different emotions to match each card.
Brit + Co Coloring Book
In 2015, Brit + Co partnered with Target and Crayola to create a crowdsourced adult coloring book. My work "Vans" was picked from over 1,500 submissions.
Dubbed Pattern Play, this 78-page coloring book for grown-ups is filled with unique, modern and hand drawn illustrations by over 50 different artists, focusing on popular and nostalgic playful patterns involving everything from donuts, phrases, animals, flowers and more.
SF Map Tote
In 2015, I created an SF map illustration for Headline Shirts. A limited run was screen printed on t-shirts and tote bags.