ABOUT ME

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Elissa Martial is a Chinese-American freelance student artist located in west-coast USA.

 

She is inspired by (e)motion and her personal work often depicts an abstracted representation of the different caveats of the human experience. Her work is both visually striking and layered with subtexts from personal contemplation. 

She fully believes in the power of design and its impact on the viewer's experience. 

She prioritizes her online presence and impact, and greatly values delivering messages to her audience that advocate for what she believes in. She is always looking for ways to give back to her community and make their experiences better. 

ART FOR A CAUSE

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Awareness // Beauty Standards, Cancer, Environment

        Buy In Batches (Piece + Post)

        Just As Beautiful (Series/Product)

        Cancer Dancers* (Series)

        Save the Oceans (Piece)

Acceptance // LGBTQ+ 

        PRIDE 2020 (Product + Fundraiser)

        PRIDE 2019 (Triptych)

WORK
COLLABORATIONS
VOLUNTEER

GENERAL

  • 4+ years conducting personal and commercial commissions 

  • Illustrator for personal brand and shop Wavylinesem, amassing an audience of 10,500+ online

EXPERIENCE

  • Marketing illustrator for various international authors | Sarah Sprinz (3x), Rose Bloom, Alexanda Stuckler-Wede, etc.

  • Logo designer for Seattle Arts and Culture Association

  • Logo designer for Bella Maree (2x)

    • album cover illustration for 'Blindfold'

  • Logo designer for YouTuber Cassandra McKenna

COLLABORATION

  • Promotional illustrator for influencer Jessie Paege

  • Illlustration & poetry collab with poet/writer Raquel Franco

  • Product design for Lillian Vu, crafter and business owner

​VOLUNTEER

  • Volunteer illustrator/designer for Pasados Safe Haven

  • Volunteer graphic designer for Afropuff Chronicles

  • Volunteer graphic designer for The Colorization Collective

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