KRB's FORMER STUDENTS, MENTEES, AND INTERNS
...are starting publications, running studios and design teams, creating meaningful comics, winning awards, and inspiring the next generation of creative minds.
Kara Haupt, Art Director for the New Yorker, designer for Hillary for America, creator of Babe Vibes Pep Talk Generator
Gabi DeLeon, Render Feminist Food & Culture Quarterly
Ronnie Ritchie, comics for Everyday Feminism
Molly Mendoza, illustration
Julianna Johnson, Bologna Sandwich design
Kinoko, Linework NW
Katja Gantz, design
Kristin believes in learning by doing. Her classes often work on real-world projects and with actual clients. Interns dive in to working with staff on campaigns, publications, digital media, and illustrations. Each experience is intended to build community and set the stage for a lifetime of healthy, inspiring creative practice.
Storytelling, design and illustration.
Lovingly made handcrafted objects for the home, body, and altar space. An alternate to mass-produced goods for the nature and magick advocate.
Using the philosophy and poetry of the Tao Te Ching, VERGE is a concept clothing brand that seeks to present a slower pace of garment consumption through slow fashion concepts.
Collaboration for the Money issue of Bitch.
Annual appeal poster and letterhead
Cover of feminist food magazine
Album cover redesign for 20th anniversary reissue of Tortoise's Millions Now Living Will Never Die.
Type, illustration, and book cover design project.
Published by Sparkplug Comics
Illustration and design for posters at AIGA's Design Week Portland events, 2016.