Some little illustrations I did for two of my friend’s birthdays! 22 lines and 22 dots for 22 years.
Just busted out this children’s pull toy in the past week.
Its name is Lil’ Sheeba.
Prototype made of chipboard, painted canvas, fabric, string, wooden wheels/rods and a bow made from a cut up tank top.
A mix of all my homes.
another experiment with disposable cameras.
Pictures taken in:
Long Island, Brooklyn, Florida.
PollyEggs - by Rachel Caires
Matryoshka dolls, also known as Russian Nesting Dolls, have been fun puzzle toys for children for years. Here is my spinoff of this everlasting toy. Stages of a Frog.
Acrylic on wood.
Finished matryoshka dolls! Called Pollyeggs!
Acrylic gouache on wood.
So tired. Help. Think„..dying.
I hate drawing on round surfaces.
What I did for my Kid’s Stuff class. This my interpretation of wall art for children. Something a little educational but nice on the eyes at the same time.
Days of the week triangle flags with a child’s weekly (illustrated) schedule on the inside.
Bunny snuck in for the photo shoot.
Oh and I learned how to use a sewing machine! Kinda.
First all nighter of the semester..
Designing “children’s wall art” for my Kid’s Stuff class.
Today my bosses at Solfire told me that they will be using one of my designs in the spring collection! It will be coming in a couple of colors.
My growing gouache collection and some silly buttons I bought to inspire my inner child for the new semester.