is a multidisciplinary designer and the author of Wear, Repair, Repurpose. Lily creates visual stories which draw from her diverse experience in branding, illustration, and art direction.  She is passionate about sustainability and designing for social good. Formally, Lily’s work is driven by a strong use of color and a sense of tactility, with a goal of inspiring meaningful and joyful interactions. 

For work inquiries, please contact lilyfulop96@gmail.com

Illustration

  1. Editorial
  2. Self-Initiated
  3. Surface/Pattern
  4. Art Directed

Refinery29

  1. Editorial and Shopping Collages
  2. Sustainability Posters
  3. Party On Series
  4. Love and Money Infographic
  5. Instax Feature
  6. Porsche Title Sequence
  7. Misc. Logos and Typography
  8. Macy’s Live Life Loud
  9. Ulta Beauty Out There

Thinx Inc. 

  1. Icon Magazine Ads
  2. Midnight Color Launch 
  3. Dusk Color Launch
  4. Icon Holiday Campaign
  5. Mint Chip Color Launch 

Studio Elana Schlenker 

  1. Hacking Finance Website
  2. Alistair Matthews Website
  3. Dusen Dusen Website Refresh
  4. Conveyor Books

Personal Art Practice

           1. Mixed Media Collages, Paintings, Etc.

Textiles

  1. Wear, Repair, Repurpose: A Maker’s Guide to Mending and Upcycling Clothes
  2. @mindful_mending
  3. Hooked
  4. Serotonin
  5. Remnants


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