I know, I know. The last thing I posted here was in April…APRIL! Clearly, I’m slacking. Haha, just kidding, I’ve been doing anything but, and I honestly cannot wait to share it all with you!
I’m going to break it up into a series of posts because I’ve got a LOT to cover! You can consider this post the first in my catch-up series. Then keep an eye out for these exciting ones to come:
- Bookstore Hopping: Visiting the bookstores of NYC
- Review & Set Visit: The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon
- My First Broadway Show: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child!!
- I visited the Penguin Random House offices?!?
- reputation Tour Book Tag (+ tour photos and video!!)
- Younger & The Bold Type: I love stories about working women because I (kind of) am one too
- Not-So-Recent Reads & What’s Up Next!
Around the time of my last post, I was neck-deep in internship searching and in the heart of finals. Finals were so great (more on that in a bit) but to be quite frank with you regarding internships, I was so scared that I wasn’t going to get anything. But, just days before my deadline I GOT ONE! In NYC! An actual dream come true!
This led to a rushed search for housing, and less than a week between when I moved home from RISD to when I moved into my place in NYC. Life was crazy, to put it mildly.
So in the hustle and bustle that was my life for a while, I wasn’t able to share with you one of my final studio projects that I am SO proud of and think you book nerds would love! It’s basically become my passion project…
This project I’ve coined “Book-Bosomed,” a series of reusable canvas book jackets with an attached ribbon bookmark to conceal the cover of the book you’re currently reading!
All of the quotes are original, and I had a blast designing them! This was the first project at RISD where I felt like I’ve been able to focus on an area that I was particularly interested in, and I think it shows with the quality of the work. Be sure to check out the rest of the covers and process on my design website!
So, there’s a little peek into my design life… I am SO SO excited to tell you guys about the rest of my summer experiences because everything has been very very bookish! 🙂