Working with Vans for art!


I'm so glad to say that I've teamed up with Vans to support art education. I designed these shoes to let everyone know about their high
school art program VansCustomCulture. One US high school will take home $75k for their art program!

I wish I had a good arts program and a supportive community growing up, but because I didn't I spent a lot of time making due with what I had, and testing ideas with no clue what I was doing. I used to put cheese cloth over a tee shirt and draw on the cloth with puff paint, letting it bleed through to the shirt. Later in life, I realized that I was essentially screen printing but not efficiently. 

Much like most trial and error things I do, I tried needle pointing straight into these canvas Vans and let me tell ya, these shoes are built to last! I ended up with bloody fingers trying to pierce through them! Yet, after watching every episode of The Crown and patching up my scabbed nailbeds, I ended up with this unlikely pair that I'm SO happy with.

With funding for arts programs in high school, kids would be able to experiment more and sooner allowing them to find their path at a young age so that by the time they're my age they could be inspiring and teaching people new methods and ideas. 

I love being part of this project and can't wait to see what these students create with their blank vans.

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Remembering my favorite star dust

When I found out about David Bowie as a kid, he was the first person to show me that you didn't have to act, dress, or create things to be easily digested by other people. He was just who he was and created what seemed right for him and I've never stopped being inspired by his life. I was in love with his brain. I was SO in love that I had dreams of marring him and having the silliest wife name in all the land of matrimony! I would be Mrs. Chloe Bowie. ( I just sighed as I typed it)

It's been a year since David Bowie died and seeing the creative ways that people shared their sadness over it, was just as inspiring to me. I had about an hour to spare and wanted to post something from my brain that he helped mold. The animation I came up with is quick and shoddy but it was so satisfying to get it out.


It was a Super Tuesday!


I've never felt so passionate and fascinated by an election, as I have before our most current one. For "Super Tuesday", I wanted to create something that would remind my followers that its their time to vote!!! I did so by trying to make friends of each of the participating states, and let people know that if their state was shaped like one of these guys, then get out and vote! Our opinion counts now more than ever.


This year, I found some time to participate in "draw-loween" where every day, a Halloween related key word is posted on Instagram for you to draw your own version of. 

I can't seem to NOT think in puns, so I had a lot of fun making these Halloween characters that were mainly just a play on words…