Cannery Row. I drew this on a flight back to NYC from Monterey, California. This was the start of my vintage packaging illustrations.
Caturday Laundry. Laundry would be so much more enjoyable with cats. Too bad I don't have any cats.
Domino SP17. A dreamy desk scape.
Dream Nook. A corner in my fantasy space.
Elephant Matchbox. This is one of my favorites. I drew this from an old Swedish matchbox.
Monmouth County. Where I used to live. Please note the homage to my hero, Bruce Springsteen.
NYC. Where I live now.
Parisian Street. Where I want to live for a little while.
Popcorn. My favorite snack when I'm binge-watching Netflix shows.
Tide. Did I mention that I hate doing my laundry? I did enjoy making this sweet stack of patterns. If only my clothes were this happy. My closet looks like a dingy dungeon.
Toaster. One of my favorite movies as a little girl was The Brave Little Toaster. I made a lady friend for the main character. Don't you just wish you could fart pop tarts?
Miel Pur. My favorite. I started this series of vintage botanicals because I couldn't seem to keep a real cactus alive for more than 2 months.
About The Artist
Ali Mac is a New York-based freelance graphic designer and illustrator. She holds a B.A. in Studio Art from Williams College and an M.S. degree in Communications Design from Pratt Institute. Inspired by her artist grandmother, she founded LARK+RAVEN in 2014 to showcase her one-of-a-kind patterns and illustrations. Her products and works have been highlighted by industry leaders and influencers like InStyle, Country Living, People and Business Wire magazines, Etsy, Bucketfeet, Design Milk, Print Mag, Squarespace, Fab.com, Studio DIY, Design Love Fest and Old Brand New. Prior to creating her own bold and bright world with Sharpies, Ali got her start in the industry as a designer for Jonathan Adler. It was there that she gained experience designing for collaborations with Paperless Post, Toms, Lifeguard Press, Barnes and Noble, Dylan’s Candy Bar and eBay. Her line has sold at a number of boutiques across the country and at the Museum of Sex, Anthropologie, West Elm, STORY, Paperchase, and ITO-YA. She's designed for C. Wonder, Aelfie, Lela Rose, MCM, Baublebar, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Aeropostale, Powerstrip Studio, Korea Tourism Organization and SW Basics. She is very happily represented by the brilliant team at Snyder NY.
See more of Ali Mac's work at alimacdoodle.com.