KATE IS A FLOWER-LOVING ART DIRECTOR, DESIGNER, WRITER & MIXED MEDIA ARTIST FROM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
She currently lives & works in Texas.
You can find her on Instagram @thequietrabbit
CREATIVE SERVICES & OFFERINGS
I offer custom design and imaginative solutions to help people develop campaigns and personal/brand identities with an intuitive, playful approach. My philosophy? You are YOU, and your story is your superpower. Working with me means embracing exactly who YOU are (or who your brand is) and watching as the magic organically unfolds. Ready??
ART & RESEARCH
Theme Finding & Visual Research
Collage & Mixed Media
Original & Proprietary Artworks
Color Palette Refinement
Fine Art & Illustration
Installation Art & Display
Prop Sourcing & Styling
Identity Design & Management
Company/Brand Name Creation
Concept Creation & Copywriting
Printed Materials: Catalogs, Stationery, etc.
Digital Graphics: Email Design, Website Art, etc.
ABOUT THE COLLAGES / FAQ
A full archive of the #musebl00ms project can be viewed HERE
– How are your collages made? Do you use a computer? All of my collages are made by hand with paper, scissors, glue & ink. I do not use a computer – it’s a very messy process 🙂
– Where do you find your materials? All over. I’ve been interested in collage since I was very young, and have always had a fondness for paper, magazines, old books, postcards and matchbooks. I have boxes packed full of printed and blank paper materials, which makes it very easy for me to find content to work with. I also make regular visits to used & new book stores to add to my collection.
– What is your background? I’m an Art Director by day, with a dense background in graphic design. I find layout and composition to be fascinating, so for me, creating a collage feels like putting a puzzle together. Negative space also tends to plays a big role in the final outcome of my work.
– Is there a special meaning behind your #musebl00ms series? I think the series likely speaks to each viewer in a different way, but my intention is that they convey a sense of whimsy and imagination. Part of the fun in my creations is to romanticize the magical possibilities of the natural world – like the singing flowers in Disney’s original Alice in Wonderland movie.
– Do you have any tips for first-timers? To an aspiring collage artist, I would recommend collecting materials that speak to their personal aesthetic, and then to just go for it! Get scissor happy and arrange the pieces until you find a setup that works. (I like to lightly trace the outline of each piece before gluing down so the placement remains the same.) Don’t be too structured, don’t assume your style has to be a certain way. Create what speaks to you and your work will flourish.