Rabbit Rabbit!

It may be the end of summer, but it’s the beginning of a new month. A fresh start. So, rabbit rabbit!

“Rabbit rabbit” is something I’ve been saying since I was a kid. They say it is good luck if you say it before anything else on the first of the month. From what I can find, it is a British superstition from the early 1900s. And I’m a sucker for superstitions, so why not!

It is also something I want to start making a bigger deal of. Because a little extra luck and hope can’t hurt this world!

rabbit rabbit

So leave last month behind and have a fabulous September, all!


You’re Awesome. Yeah, you.

I recently finished up some TV spots with my agency, Masterminds. The campaign is for Finger Lakes Gaming, a fun-loving client that cares a lot about making their customers feel good. They were a lot of fun to create and I hope you enjoy them.

Thanks for reading, and watching. You’re awesome.


Yards Brewing Company’s Golden Hop IPA

I’m excited to announce that I designed the label for Yards Brewing Company’s newly launched beer, Golden Hop IPA. The name is inspired by America’s first balloon flight, which happened right here in Philadelphia. Check it out below, or just go out and get some. Cheers!

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Letter19Design_Yards_GoldenHop_IPA

Letter19Design_Yards_GoldenHop_IPA


Life’s too short to wear matching socks.

I recently got an email from a good friend and the subject line was “More projects by my favorite designer?”

In it, she asked me to design a couple of prints. One for her apartment and one for a wedding gift. Both designed by me. AwwwwwWWWW. How could I resist an email so sweet?

So below is the print I designed for her apartment. She requested it read, “Life’s too short to wear matching socks.” (She does not like to wear matching socks.) Hope you like it!

Life's too short to wear matching socks.


‘Birds on Wires’ Curtains and Pillows on Minted

Back in May, I posted about my brand new Minted fabric, ‘Birds on Wires.’. A lot of you were pretty pumped (thank you!) and expressed interest in buying some. However many of you, like me, aren’t exactly master sewers. So, good news, friends! “Birds on Wires” is now available as curtains and pillows, too! Check ’em out: