A linen garment I sewed, dyed, appliqued, and block printed. My inspiration came from the Proteaceae family of flowers.
Most of these are fabric swatches were created using several different dyeing techniques, including direct and indirect dyeing, various resist methods, discharge, shibori, and more. They are inspired by Oaxacan culture and design motifs.
The desert piece is a combination of bead applique, tie dye, and machine sewing. This was my interpretation of the Mesa College Fashion program’s desert theme for their 2018 fashion show.
Skinny Gene Project Jean & Accessory Designs:
Designs rendered in Adobe Ilustrator for the non-profit Skinny Gene Project’s “Recycle Your Style” campaign. Jeans were donated to be repurposed into new designs, and as an intern, I have been helping to create some of those new designs.
Playground Bus Shelter
This bus shelter doubles as a swingset and features a small rock climbing wall on one end. It was constructed using several materials including balsa wood, plastic, and clay.
Living amenities such as a sleeping area, dining area, and media console are all enclosed in this compact cube that can be plugged in to an existing apartment. It was constructed almost entirely from mat board.
Based off of Arthur Carter's sculpture, "Triax", the Triax Cabinet is similarly shaped and features open and closed shelving. This scale model was constructed from mat board and paper.
Coiled Basket Vase
Amigurumi & Plush Sculptures
This adorable felt hoopoe was wet felted using a mango to shape its body, Its eyes and feet were created using clay.