Iyves - Prove It


Iyve's is a Brooklyn-based artist known for creating dreamy, nostalgic R&B music. I had the pleasure of creating cover art for her new single 'Prove It. The track is the perfect summer anthem, that merges the pop world and alternative soul/electronic realm together, creating a fresh electric sound.



Iyves' Creative Director, Nwabisa Tolom, let me know that she was drawn to the minimalist approach I took in THIS illustration. And Iyves made it very clear that she wanted the art to feel nostalgic and exude feminine and sensual energy. 

You can see in the mood board, I decided to dive into a warm color palette, using earth tones and pops of fiery reds and oranges to create a radiant/luminous feel. I show Iyve's walking through the desert with her hair blowing in the wind, which reflects the freeing and independent nature of the song. I drew her wearing a bright orange jumpsuit and hoop earring to add a 70's vibe to the art, and played with gradients and texture to add more depth to the piece.

Listen to 'Prove It' below and let me know in the comments below how you feel about my visual interpretation of the song. 

Brit + Co Interview


Super honored and excited to share that I was interviewed by Founding Partner and Chief Creative Officer of Brit + Co, Anjelika Temple. I'm talking about my journey to becoming a designer, balancing a full-time job and freelance client work, and the purpose and the inspiration behind my work! 

Jade Purple Brown

I really loved doing this interview. The thoughtful questions that Anj asked, really made me reflect on how far I've come and the everything I hope to achieve in my art career.  You can check out the full interview HERE.

Hint - The Quench

The Quench is an online media outlet published by Hint – a female-founded company that produces sugar-free, flavored water and fruity-scented sunscreen.

Over the past month, I've been helping the brand create editorial illustrations that focus around health and wellness topics. The opportunity has challenged me to create intriguing imagery that quickly gives a visual overview of each article, while still expressing my personal style as an artist. 

You can check out the link to each article below! 


Illustration Progress

Here's an update of some personal illustrations I've been working on the past few months! My goal has been to add more of a narrative to my work, by placing my subjects in more defined settings and making sure each piece possesses a strong sense of attitude an energy. I plan to keep building in this direction, and continue to introduce new techniques + styles.


PROCESS | Lenny Letter


Lenny Letter is a weekly online feminist newsletter created by Lena Dunham and Jennifer Konner. I was asked to create an illustration for Aneesa Bodiat's essay "The Women’s Gym Where We All Look Like Ninjas". She talks about her experience kickboxing with hijab- and niqab-wearing aunties taught her about her own brand of Muslim feminism. 


Here's a look at the inspiration behind my illustration. The goal was to show the sisterhood between the kick-ass Muslim women in the kickboxing class. I drew inspiration from Adidas and Nike collections, strong femme friendships + and non-traditional Muslim clothing. The color palette is a representation of the feminine and powerful energy that the group of women possesses. Click here to read the full story.