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Moodboard: Vibrant Community

WCAP Moodboard

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This week I’m working on some new designs for my latest client, Waukesha Community Art Project (WCAP), and I’m really excited about the direction of this project. First off, I just want to say this is an amazing organization that offers free after school art programs to middle school children, all of which have a community component. How amazing is that?

Anyways, I thought I’d share the moodboard I designed during the research and design exploration phase of this project. I’m really excited to continue working with WCAP on this and other designs especially since they’ll involve such vibrant colors (which are pretty much my favorite)!

Learn more about WCAP and what they do here!



Weekend Recap

Madison Farmers Market Moodboard

As I mentioned in my previous post, I spent the weekend with my dear friend Emily. After a night of catching up over homemade pizzas, we woke up early on Saturday morning for a day in Madison to check out their Farmers’ Market. The sun was shining, the weather was superb, and purchases were bountiful! As we scoped out all of the amazing booths, we snacked on some delicious hot and spicy cheesy bread from Stella’s Bakery (be sure to check out their website while you’re at it - it’s beautifully designed!).

The purchase I was most excited about however, is the Farmers’ Market print shown above from ZIP-DANG. Emily, being the sweetheart she is, bought me the local beer ZIP-DANG print as a belated birthday present, and I couldn’t be more ecstatic. These new prints will find a happy new home…in my home? Yeah. Exactly.

After much shopping and laughter, we parted ways as I drove to Milwaukee to spend the night with another friend I haven’t seen in eons. We stayed up until the wee hours of the morning telling stories, laughing until we cried, and playing the Battlestar Galactica board game and Phase 10.

With the excitement of Friday and Saturday, I had a leisurely Sunday consisting of some much needed relaxation and a nice long bike ride.