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Audrey Westcott

Audrey is a designer, illustrator, and comics artist working in St. Louis, MO. She studied Communication Design at the Sam Fox School at WashU, graduated in 2012, and decided to make the Midwest her new home. She began her career at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (yes, they have designers there!) before returning to the Sam Fox School in 2018 as the senior graphic designer on the Communications team. Her work is strongly narrative-driven across disciplines, which means she gravitates towards publication design and comics, and she loves a good story.

In 2023, she joined the board of the St. Louis Independent Comics Expo (SLICE). SLICE hosts an annual expo, as well as workshops and events throughout the year, to promote comics literacy and uplift local small presses and independent creators. Audrey primarily assists with marketing efforts and social media.

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Three stacked tabloids titled "The Graphic Vindicator" with a lush purple and green illustration of the letters "MFA IVC" created out of foliage.

The Graphic Vindicator | Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2020

Official publication of the MFA in Illustration & Visual Culture program.
Open spread of a tabloid feature, "An Illustrated Guide to St. Louis" featuring eight red, blue, and gold spot illustrations of destinations, activities, and food.

The Graphic Vindicator | Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2020

Spot illustrations for “An Illustrated Guide to St. Louis.”
Pile of colorful buttons each reading "Make Stuff."

MAKE STUFF! buttons, 2019

Series of button designs showcasing a number of art and design tools on colorful backgrounds.
Pink poster with drawings of animals carrying art projects.

National Portfolio Day poster, 2019

Illustration and design of poster-mailer to local high schools advertising WashU’s National Portfolio Day event.