dining room drama

Some of the rooms in our house, I had 100% planned out before we even set foot in the door. (Most of them didn’t stay planned, but shush. It’s a start.) Some of them developed plans naturally over time as I got used to the space. And some of them, I flung my furniture into […]


deep thoughts: nightstands

If you’re anything like me—and for your sake, I hope you aren’t—you’ve occasionally looked at a photo of some beautiful Apartment Therapy or design*sponge or other inspiration site bedroom and gone daaaaaamn, check out those nightstands! Unlike my own (which are covered in a carefully-curated blend of mugs I forgot to take back downstairs, whatever […]


transplant shock

I’ve been absent for a while (again). Normally it’s just because I get busy or I don’t have much to talk about. This time, though, there was a legitimate reason. Because this happened: Yep, we moved! I was offered a job as an assistant art director with a marketing firm here in June, and I […]


happy birthday, luna

A while back, I promised to tell you about my dog, Luna. I sort of forgot—I think because she’s such a big part of my life these days I just spaced on the fact that my blog readers don’t automatically know about her. If you follow her tumblr, you’ve already seen her; if not…why not? […]


now on facebook!

Hey party people! If you enjoy this blog, but think you might really prefer to have your Kate-related information piped straight into your eyeballs, may I recommend my new Facebook page? I’ll share new work, doodles, specials on society6 and Spoonflower, and MUCH MORE!  It’s Kate Moore

audrey, max & molly

illustration dump

I realized it’s been a while since I posted any work here. I do a lot of drawings that maybe aren’t a big enough deal to add to my portfolio, but that I like anyway for various reasons. Here’s some recent work! A portrait I did for my creative director, of her three-year-old daughter and […]

Merry Christmas, movie house

I try not to be too sappy, and I don’t subscribe to the idea that this is the designated time of year to be thankful for what you have; ideally, you’d do that year-round. That being said, it’s never a bad thing to take inventory and give yourself the mental space to feel grateful. This […]