LETTERING + GRAPHIC
DESIGN LEARNING

Illustrator

I've only recently started incorporating Illustrator texture brushes into my work, and I regret not doing it sooner! Illustrator texture brushes offer so much hand made feel with such little

I've somehow always been drawn to really beautiful design on smaller items. It might just be the cuteness factor, but serious planning goes into hierarchy and layout in such a small space, and

Let's talk about something that's massively important, but often gets overlooked: type on a path in Illustrator. You're probably already familiar with the ability to select any text and go effect >

There's no doubt you've encountered it before: typography with a watercolor texture built in. A while back, I shared how to replicate this cool effect in Photoshop. Today, I want to

I've been creating more patterns in the last year than I ever have before. Patterns are such a wonderful tool to add personality quickly to designs without a ton of

There's something that feels soooo good about crossing off items on a to do list. Having a written list keeps me on track every day of the week. Most times, I grab

Ok, you guys. This one's a game changer for real. No kidding, my workflow for editing vectors in Illustrator has been at least cut in half by now using my

This week's tutorial comes courtesy of Kori, who requested an overview of the Illustrator Pathfinder Palette and I thought it was a great idea! The pathfinder palette is a ridiculous

A few months ago, I shared how anyone with any version of Adobe Illustrator can create a seamless pattern. Once Adobe created CS6 a few years back, they included the

Happy Tuesday! I've gotten quite a few requests lately on layout design for a business card, so this week I wanted to share some design friendly layouts that could be

One of my favorite things is taking a doodle and reimagining it digitally. If you've been here before, you know that's true! One thing I find myself doing a lot with my

Happy Tuesday! A few months ago, I shared how to create a confetti brush in Photoshop and I've gotten a few requests since then on how to do the same