An ongoing collaboration is the most fun, ideal way for me to work with brands: it allows us to get to know one another well, and is a true creative evolution. That is why the creative work I've done for Prodoh is so fulfilling: I feel like we get to know each other better and better with each season and the dialogue expands. The clothes they create for children are amazing for getting them outside: the attention to detail, durability, and creativity their design team brings to the table are truly unparalleled. Here's a sneak peek of Fall/Winter '22:
The design collaboration with Prodoh Continues! We have been working together on five past seasons, and as I type this, I am sitting down to work on the 2023 collection with Prodoh. It is very special to continue this ongoing collaboration with Prodoh and to have my artwork become a part of the brand's DNA. Here is what I helped the children's brand create for their 2022 Spring/Summer Collection!
I'm so excited to share some special children's clothes, made by Greenville-based Prodoh. I had the pleasure of helping the brand create some patterning that was applied to these cute Fall/Winter pieces. Painterly Stripe Sweatshirt Jacket with Palm Frond Liner Nautical Striping Liner Painterly Gingham Palm Print Leggings (with cute pockets!) Thank you to Prodoh for having me add my art to your fun, super functional, outdoor-loving kids brand!
I am so excited to share The Campbell Collective's 2022 Calendar with you all! We have been creating these for the past few years and they are always very anticipated: this year's calendar features twelve Campbell Collective artists works. On the back of each featured month, there is a duplicate print without the calendar so that collectors can take the prints and frame them. Cheers- onwards & upwards towards 2022!
My brother, Heys, and his lovely wife, Lucy, were married in May in a small family celebration. Everything about the wedding totally embodied them: it was laid back, family-filled, and love filled. For the rehearsal dinner, my Mom and sister searched high and low for masculine but appropriate (classic, design oriented, handsome) invitations and found they could not source what was in mind. So I offered to create an invitation that included the couples beloved dog, Penny. The invitations also had elements of Spode's Woodland motif on them since we used the tableware for the rehearsal dinner.