049 the paulina tarot

Monday, February 15, 2021

I first found out about the existence Paulina Cassidy's Tarot deck sometime in 2009. My college room mate had it, and she asked me to read for her with it. I was enchanted by the art, and thought it would compliment my practice. In 2010 I bought my own copy. It was the 6th tarot deck I had come to own. I was extremely drawn in by it, and used my first copy until the edges had worn and feathered out. It was looking pretty used around the time I decided to trim it of its borders. I already knew which card was which by heart so I trimmed the edges and titles off the cards. Doing this in 2015 immediately opened my eyes to the cards in a new way and made it much more easy for me to slip in and out of the cards, finding new ways to read them and new signs I had not seen before. It set the art from this tarot deck free for me. This workhorse deck has since been worn down to edges that are feathering. I have used it for endless personal and professional readings which yield great results. I love this deck. The deck pictured is a brand new copy which will no doubt suffer the same fate of being used until it is battered. That is the mark of a well-loved deck. 🔮✨✨

048 puerto rico children's hospital

Sunday, February 14, 2021

In 2010 I had the privilege of picking up some work for what was then known as the Puerto Rico Children's Hospital. I felt I had a great achievement at the time as I am a huge endorser of science, medicine and mental health. Despite being very early on in my career I felt I was making my own contribution to an institution I admired. I think this is some of my best work!


Saturday, February 13, 2021

Today I am sharing work I finished very recently! The goal of this project was to build a logo mark that is an abstracted representation of data science. It represents a group working with chemical and biomolecular engineering.