Art Direction and design for Refinery29's first editorial zine, printed for New York Fashion Week.
Branding for the 67% Project. 67% of American women are a size 14 and up, yet they make up less than 2% of the images we see every day in the media. The 67% Project is an initiative to increase awareness of this gap. In partnership with Lane Bryant and Aerie.
The 67% Project was recognized as a finalist in Fast Company's World Changing Ideas Awards, which aims to showcase projects representing the best combination of creative problem solving and potential to change our world for the better.
Art Direction for collaboration between Refinery29 and Google that brought two artists together to explore the theme of women "breaking the grid." Mallory Heyer and Marina Esmeralda used Google Sheets to collaborate between New York and Barcelona, hacking a 73,164-cell spreadsheet into a canvas to compose a wall mural.
Art Direction for Refinery29's second app, AltMoji, fills gaps where emojis fall short. AltMoji improves conversations by expressing a range of women's experiences with colorful, playful, and inclusive illustrations. AltMoji received a silver SPD Award for Best Illustrated App.
Illustrations by Isabel Castillo, Mallory Heyer, and Anna Sudit.
Art Direction and design for Refinery29's 2016 calendar, complete with dozens of static-cling stickers. Stick Out received a silver Clio Award in 2016 and was recognized as a finalist in AIGA's Cased awards.
Sticker illustrations by Sam Coldy, The Blake Wright, John Lisle, and the Refinery29 Creative Team.
Two-year-long campaign partnership with Revlon
Art Direction and set design for personal project. Featured on Refinery29's Fashion homepage. Photographed by Daniel Clavero.
Art Direction and design for magazine partnership between Refinery29 and H&M.
Art Direction for personal project. Featured in fashion magazine Manifesto. Photographed by Daniel Clavero.
Celebrate the new year in style. Shipped with Refinery29's Stick Out calendar.
Album artwork for Brooklyn band, Motive.
Art Direction and styling for personal project. Photographed by Christopher Coppa.