Day 25 / 365 Days of Design

Today I give you LaDonna Harris, an outspoken advocate on issues of concern to Native Americans, women, children, and t  he mentally ill. In 1970 she founded Americans for Indian Opportunity (AIO) Source: http://biography.yourdictionary.com/ladonna-harris   Get it on Redbubble! I’ve been enjoying doing these portraits, but I’m missing the patterns. […]

Day 24 / 365 Days of Design

Day 24 / 365 Days of Design Mary Edwards Walker Mary Edwards Walker was a true badass. Just researching for this portrait made me want to learn so much more about her. She was the first female surgeon in the U.S. Army, she continually crossed the Confederate lines […]

Day 23 / 365 Days of Design

And to top it off, WordPress ate my post. Now you get an even shorter one. Today I give you Ida B. Wells.  Ida B. Wells was an African-American investigative journalist, educator, and an early leader in the Civil Rights Movement. She was one of the founders of the […]

Day 22 / 365 Days of Design

Current theme sprint: Herstory Portraits. Today I give you Emmy Noether! Emmy Noether was a German mathematician who made important contributions to abstract algebra and theoretical physics by proving a revolutionary mathematical theorem that changed the way physicists study the universe. NBD. I just love how she came out. […]

Day 21 of 365 Days of Design

Per special request, my next theme sprint will be Herstory Portraits. I believe her words were, “I need a set of herstory portrait pillows.” A while back I was commissioned a poster of badass ladies for a nursery for a brand new little girl. I really enjoyed doing it, […]

Day 19 of 365 Days of Design

Today has been the most challenging of all. We had a system incident that started late in the afternoon and continued well into the evening. Then I finally dragged myself away at a time that I could leave it with someone else to babysit to make dinner, spend time […]