Hiya! My name is Alison.


Thanks for dropping by! I live in the often rainy Vancouver, BC. Luckily, I’m the cheery sort no matter the weather.

I spend my time as a graphic designer and illustrator creating sustainable package design, doing character design, poster design, and much more. Otherwise, you can find me twisted up in yoga poses, hiking the North Shore mountains, or goofing off with my dog.

Take a look at my work and if my style suits a project you had in mind, let’s chat!


Fireside Music Festival

Illustration . Design

A poster design and illustration project for IDEA School of Design. Fireside Music Festival is a place where your favourite performers will have you reminiscing with your friends and make you feel right at home. The animals reflect different emotions: romantic bears, upbeat bunnies and chill foxes.





Digital illustrations and illustrated GIFs


These portrait illustrations were created for instagram and magazine features. The instagram illustrations were made for experimental practice.

 

  Capilano Courier magazine illustration for featured article.




   Illustrated frame-by-frame GIF done in Procreate.



 Digital painting portrait done in Procreate.



  
Illustrated frame-by-frame GIF done in Procreate.



OHGOD Sex Toy Packaging


OHGOD is a sex toy brand that caters to women. This project explores colour, texture and the emotions these elements can evoke. The sleek dark blue encompassing the box displays a secretive vibe but has a little peek-a-boo of colour at the bottom to give a hint of what’s to come inside. Embossed dots travel along the sides of the box and when fingers run along them, it feels like a vibration.






Abyss Brewing


Taking its cue from the popular 100-mile diet on land, this brewery explores flavours such as seaweed and salt derived from the waters that surround its seaside location.



Mr. Bannock Indigenous Cuisine


This project was in colaboration with Mr. Banncok Indigienous Cuisine (chef Paul Natrall). The logo was made by indigenous designer Jennifer Atkin, and the illustration was made by indigenous illustrator K.C. Hall. I worked with Paul to create clean packaging that used elements from his already existing brand.