Lily Therens is a graphic designer and illustrator based in midtown Sacramento. As a former staff designer for Comstock’s magazine, she continues to create illustrations for the publication. She remains true to her modern, isometric style with a subject matter focused mainly on characters and their environments. When she’s not working, she’s hanging out with her pug Stanley and watching SF Giants games.
View more of her work at lilyct.com.
#GivingTuesday is a global day dedicated to giving back. You’ve given thanks. Today, we’re celebrating generosity.
Sometimes the best way to stand out is to stick to the basics and nail them. Before cooking up an elaborate six-part blog post series complete with diagrams, infographics, and a really neat flowchart on how to choose the best frozen turkey for your teen driver, take a step back and resolve to start small. The following ideas will help get you started:
It’s easy to put off worrying about gen Z, the up-and-coming youngsters, and instead focus resources on the generations that are most active and influential in today’s economy. But doing so is a mistake.
Pick your poison, find a pairing, and let us know your favorite local brewery in the Capital Region.
If you work at a desk, chances are you spend the majority of your day seated at its accompanying chair. There are alternatives available—including treadmills, exercise balls and kneeling chairs all designed for the desk-bound worker. But if that’s too avant gard for you (or your office), here’s a few things to consider when looking for a chair that won’t send you home hunched over and craving the fetal position. Then, tell us how you really feel.