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Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Smoothie Saturation

Laci Jordan is a multi-disciplinary designer who employs saturated color, pop culture references, and representation of people of color in her art. I was drawn in by the impact and statement of her work.

She also understands the concept of balance, like if you’ve filled up on too much fried food when visiting with family, you balance that with an equal amount of smoothies once you’re back home. We chatted about art, food and shopping lists on “Smoothie Saturation”, Episode 34 of the "Something About Food?" podcast.

Laci Jordan is truly the embodiment of a renaissance woman.  The Huntsville, Alabama native turned LA-based artist focuses her work around color, pop culture, and representation of people of color. “If you try to put Laci in a box, you’ll have an incredibly difficult time” (Essence Magazine). Jordan works between illustration, traditional graphic design, product design, and photography. Laci is widely known for her illustrations. With a theme of “Everyday Life,” her subjects range from portraits of women of color to her favorite sneakers at the moment. Her work tends to have a “no filter” “authentic, unapologetic” tone.

Laci has worked with Disney Imagineering, ESPN, Hypebeast, Ava Duvernay, Jordan Brand, Hibbett Sports, Planned Parenthood, Saint Heron, Wildfang, and many more.

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Smoothies for balance!