Jessica Hische has been in the industry for over ten years and has collaborated with clients such as Adobe, Pinterest, Victoria’s Secret, Wes Anderson, just to name a few. From creating custom lettering artwork for established brands and postage stamps to classic books, Jessica has a number of notable creative projects throughout the course of her career.
Join AIGA Colorado and BookBar on January 16th to hear more about Jessica and her latest book Tomorrow I’ll Be Kind. Immerse yourself in the beautifully hand-lettered words of widsom, hope, and positivity alongside adorable illustrations of love and caring.
In a follow-up to Tomorrow I’ll Be Brave, award-winning illustrator Jessica Hische brings to life another series of inspirational words and scenes with her lovely hand-lettering and adorable illustrations. This uplifting and positive book encourages kids to promise that tomorrow, they will be grateful, helpful, and kind.
Tomorrow I’ll be everything
I strive to be each day
And even when it’s difficult
I’ll work to find a way.
This book is a reminder to all readers, young and old, that the smallest kind gesture can make the biggest difference in the world—we just have to remember to be kind to one another.
Jessica Hische grew up in Pennsylvania and cut her creative teeth in New York. She currently lives in San Francisco, where she works as a letterer, illustrator, type designer, and relentless procrastiworker. Clients include Wes Anderson, Dave Eggers, The New York Times, Tiffany & Co., OXFAM America, McSweeney's, American Express, Target, Victoria's Secret, Chronicle Books, Nike, and Samsung.
BookBar is an independent book store and wine bar at the heart of Tennyson Street in Denver. BookBar focuses on creating a community gathering space where it is not just accepted, but encouraged, to lounge and read or meet and discuss; to take time to slow down and share food, drink, and the written word.
In an age when we can get books easily, quickly and cheaply from anywhere, anytime, BookBar is just the atmosphere that is needed and more important than ever for readers seeking great literature, beyond just the top ten bestsellers.
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