Illustration & Apparel Design
Personal Brand
Procreate, Illustrator
Starting in 2020, I created my own personal brand Bp__Visions that quickly turned into designing apparel with some of my best, most called to pieces. These collections showcase in what I think is my best work and most meaningful work I've created for myself. It showcases who I am as a designer and how I perceive things. I design my ideas in a surreal way for my audience to then perceive it however they like. I think it's important to create art that people can put their own meaning to but also see what the artists vision was.
*All apparel printed at Playground Printing*

'Fear of the Unknown' surreal illustration.
Fear of the Unknown apparel design

Fear of the Unknown

This design was inspired by the idea of being in fear of looking into the future; the idea of never knowing what could and will happen. At this moment in my life, I graduated collage, moved home and had no idea what I was doing and where I was going. A part of me was scared to think of the future instead of being excited about it. This shirt celebrated a new chapter in my life moving forward, a new experience, a new passion.

I See You

There was an uprising of hate and division in the world at this time. With the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and truth unfolding in the media, tension was at its highest. I designed a shirt to raise awareness about discrimination against black people and people of color. It is so important to really 'see' each other, understand each other and give each other the respect and rights that we ALL deserve. 10% of the proceeds went to MAAHMG or Minnesota African American Heritage Museum. This gallery is a non-profit in Minneapolis, MN that was founded in 2018. Their mission is to educate and inform the public about the history, culture, and art of African Americans in Minnesota. They do this by having several exhibitions, workshops and events to highlight achievements, contributions and experiences of African Americans living in Minnesota. I donated to help them continue to educate the community about Black History!

Do You See
What I See

We all have different perceptions of the world and how we see things. Not one person sees something completely the same as another person. I wanted to incorporate this thought into an illustration. To create an image that would remind people that the way you perceive yourself and life is so different from how others perceive you and everything else.


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