Bridget Roddy is an illustrator and graphic designer living in Portland, OR. She pulls inspiration from Americana and being generally aimless. She uses flat colors because she is already too overwhelmed by life’s many layers.
She is afraid of birds, escalators and the current state of affairs. She likes loud music, potatoes and leaving dead flowers on her dining room table until they start to mold. You can follow her at @roddycreative on Instagram and check out what else she has going on at roddycreative.com.
In Willoughby, Ohio there is a white hut on the side of the road and they sell handmade ice cream in store bought waffle cones. They do not have Superman flavored ice cream.
If your shoes do not have laces, they can’t come untied on the escalator. If your coat doesn’t have buttons, they can’t fall off on the train and roll under a stranger’s seat.
This last year or so has been pretty tough for a lot of people, and it never hurts to be nice.