I was commissioned by Rhone Apparel to create original maps of New York City for their pop-up store at Brookfield Place and retail store at the Hudson Yards mall.
These hand drawn maps gave me the freedom to exaggerate the unique landscape of NYC. Both maps include landmarks, parks, local restaurants, bike and running paths through each neighborhood depicted.
I was commissioned by Jonathan Adler to create a series of limited edition illustrations that were available exclusively on his website and select retail stores across the country.
All illustrations were painted in sumi ink and gouche on oversized archival paper.
A Jonathan Adler activation where we recreated my downtown NYC studio at his Miami Design district store for Art Basel 2014. There I created a series of live paintings, that showcased a variety of graphic tropical animals.
Domino Magazine best selling Chief Print. Displayed in residential interiors.
Originally published for the October issue of Rue Magazine “AT HOME WITH JENNA SNYDER-PHILLIPS” here are additional images from Jenna’s Tropical Oasis and the write-up from the KAYTONA wordpress.
Wouldn’t it be nice to come home to a relaxing tropical oasis admist the hustle and bustle of winter weather in the city?
Artist and Interior Designer Jenna Snyder-Phillips has created just that by transforming her newest NYC apartment into the most artful escape into the tropics. Characterized with rich color palettes, lush foliage motif, and eccentric one-of-a kind decor pieces from around the world (as well as her own art), it’s as cheerful and inviting as the woman herself. She was kind enough to have us over for a private tour of her space to snap pics and fill us in on what she’s been up to as of late. As a huge fan of her work, it’s everything I expected and more from this extremely talented individual. Have a look for yourself :).
During my time at Cole Haan, I managed and produced visual elements for all store windows and flagship locations.
One of my favorite projects during my time there, was the spring merchandising concept that was inspired by Alexander Calder’s sculptures.
Our hanging mechanisms helped depict the lightness of the footwear throughout the installations along with messaging and typographic design to bring balance to the space.
During my time at Ann Taylor LOFT, I took part in various aspects of the design business. Not only did I create and develop concepts for events, interiors and visual merchandising, but also used my artwork and calligraphy on textile and marketing projects.
These bold black and white gestural nudes were some of my first works. all pieces were made with sumi ink and charcoal on oversized archival paper.
A tiny apartment located in Little Italy that was decorated to the nines. This apartment was selected and shot for the “Artist in Residence” article featured in Domino Magazine showcasing my artwork that flanked the walls in the living room and bedroom.
A look into my Tribeca studio work space.
At Macy’s I curated and organized visual merchandising elements for Martha Stewart soft and hard home collection.