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Christine Bosch

Christine Bosch is a designer and illustrator who hails from St. Louis, MO. She graduated from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis in 2017 with a BFA in communication design and an emphasis in illustration; upon graduation, she received the Al Parker Award for Illustration Excellence. She has worked for Hallmark Gold Crown as a trends intern, run the graphic design of St. Louis PBS, and currently creates home decor and mass-market art for Williamson Home. As a freelancer, she has created a wide variety of graphic pieces for clients locally and internationally: from tech start-ups to publishing houses, political candidates, individuals, corporate businesses, nonprofits, and more. Her favorite art is weird and cheeky with a bright palette, wonky lines, and odd sense of humor.

A light blue figure holding an orange flower in their left hand, golden where their limbs overlap — the left elbow, right knee.

nude, 2021

Created for Williamson Home. Art print with foil.
"24 HR. Shitshow" "FREE WI-FI" hand lettered in several fonts, illustrated on a sign pointing to the left. The color scheme is a bright orange-blue.

shitshow, 2021

Created for Williamson Home. Art print with glitter.
A person biking around an intersection; the glow of sunshine stretches shadows across the street. Rendered in a semi-aerial perspective, the buildings (and the cyclist) are warm and orange, the shadows a light blue.

locust street, 2017

Created in collaboration with Humans of St Louis. Digital art.