Monday, January 27, 2014


Greetings! It has admittedly been awhile since I posted over here. Since returning from traveling last summer, I found myself wanting to spend less and less time in front of the computer (which granted, is still a lot of time, let's be real). There's just been less desire to catalogue my internet finds in blog-form and also a bigger focus on my illustration work. Perhaps one day the urge will strike me again but for now I wanted to officially bid adieu to Good Good. Thank you to all who have supported me over the years. I am still amazed it lasted even one year considering my track-record with anything remotely journal related. Your comments have really meant a lot to me!

I am far from absent from the internet so if you are interested in following me elsewhere here are a few of the things I have been up to:

Tumblr: I started a tumblr for my illustration stuff. Actually my first tumblr ever. It took me awhile to finally hop on the bandwagon but now I understand why everyone loves tumblr. So, you can see in progress work, finished illustrations, process photos, and a few other fun things over there if you're interested.

The Essentials: A fun illustrated side project I started. You can read a bit more about it here and submit your own list, too!

Illustration blog: I haven't updated this one as frequently since I started using tumblr and am trying to figure out a good balance for the two. We'll see how this plays out.

And as always, you can find me on instagram for a lot of illustration, food, and building pictures among other things.

Thank you friends and I hope to see you around!

Tuesday, August 27, 2013


I watched Daddy Long Legs over the weekend (it's on Netflix Instant Watch) and despite the creeptastic plot, I loved this routine.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013


I can't believe this show has already come and gone at Light Grey Art Lab in Minneapolis! I meant to post about it earlier but better late than never I suppose. Station Zero featured a collection of redesigned vintage sci-fi covers. Here are a few of my favourites from the show and you can see the rest on their site right here. It looks like they still have prints available, as well.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013


Alex Westgate created this fantastic alphabet book teaching parents and kids a bit about academia, craft, profession and bizarre pseudoscience. As far as I know, it currently does not have a publisher but you can see more of the artwork on his website.

Monday, August 12, 2013


This is part two of my trip recap. You can read a bit about Sweden right here.

To be honest, I really had no expectations at all for Berlin. I hadn't researched much prior to visiting and all I knew was that everyone I'd heard speak about this city had raved about it (and by "everyone" I really just mean Jian Ghomeshi).

We spent four days in Berlin (an extra two after deciding to avoid the flooding in Prague) and I am so glad that I got to spend so much time in this incredible city. Four days was the perfect amount of time to allow for a good balance of planned activities and just letting life happen—my ideal way to travel. Here are a few of my favourite things about Berlin:

Wednesday, August 7, 2013


This cool set was produced by Hungarian company Zsolnay Porcelain Manufacture in the early seventies to celebrate the moon landing.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013


Oh hey's been awhile.

It's been a month since I've returned from Europe and I am still finding Euros in my pockets, U-Bahn ticket stubs in my purse, and Metro passes in my wallet. I've been trying to put together some sort of nice trip recap for the past few weekends and have determined that any sort of dream I might have had of becoming a travel writer is utterly hopeless. (It wasn't very high on my list of dream jobs so I'm not too crushed. If I could find someone who wants to pay me to travel around the world and draw all the things, though....).

Every time I tell someone about my trip I feel like I get a little bit worse at it, stretching out tiny details (pretty much every time I talk about lamp posts......I like lamp posts a lot) and then rushing through major things that they are probably more interested in hearing about ("Oh yeah, and then we went up the towers of Notre Dame....but back to the lamp posts....").

So, these are pretty much going to be like an extension of my sketchbook: random notes/lists/thoughts, some photos, some sketches. If you have any questions about the cities I visited or just want to nerd out about them please feel free to comment or tweet.