Author Archives: Lisa
My friend works at the Syfy channel (and yes, it pains me to spell sci-fi that way). She contributed to my fundraising campaign this fall, so I made her a robot painting. One of the only things I know about … Continue reading
I was playing around with paper snowflakes the other day (if you haven’t made them in a while, here’s a basic tutorial), because I wanted to make a special version for the Geniuspills holiday show, “A Very Bitchy Christmas.” The … Continue reading
If you’re anything like me, you’d like to look “futuristically demure,” but your space hat budget is virtually non-existent. Our only option is to make space hats from things we have at home. Here’s one project idea, borrowed from a … Continue reading
I’m participating in a fundraiser for the Busted Foundation, which raises money to give directly to women with breast cancer who can’t afford their bills. I think that’s a wonderful cause, so I’m making little robot paintings for people who … Continue reading
In the spring, I contributed to this Kickstarter for a traveling art project called The Trading Tortoise, created by Souther Salazar and Monica Choy. They were raising money to make a trading post shaped like a tortoise and travel around … Continue reading
My friend Emily Richmond buys fancy meat at the farmers’ market, because she needs more iron in her blood. She looooves donating blood, but the blood donation people sometimes turn her away for having low iron levels. A while back, … Continue reading
Remember that stampy thing I bought at a thrift store? A while back, I used it to make a custom stamp that says “I am glad you exist.” It’s something I say to people on a fairly regular basis (I … Continue reading
I went to a thrift store today to donate a few bags of clothing and random household junk, and then thought “Maybe I’ll peek inside and see if they have anything good.” Here’s what I found: It was $7, and … Continue reading
The other day, I heard a girl explain what the word “cooperation” means, and I liked her definition so I made a little painting of it.
I made this little painting for my friend Yaoska: Maybe we’re all surrounded by invisible clouds of love all the time. I hope so.