Illustrated Phone Cases Benefitting Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I'm thrilled that three of my illustrated phone cases have been selected for Casetify's Pretty in Pink collection in which 30% of the cost of each phone cover will go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The first pretty in pink design chosen from my phone shop is Reiley (shown above.) She's pretty and polished in oversized sunnies, a pale pink top, and a bold dalmatian printed skirt. I love the way this illustration looks with its clear backing against the new rose gold iPhones!
Charlotte (shown above) looking up in her tortoiseshell sunnies and loose pink maxi dress is the other fashion illustration case chosen for Breast Cancer Awareness month. And my Kiss Kiss design of lip prints (shown below.) This pattern was originally designed for a Vogue promotion I worked on last year. Since the design was so popular when that project ended I added it to the shop since everyone could use a few kisses in their day!

All three designs can be purchased for any phone model, not only iPhones and are available in any phone case design (with bumpers, without, simple snap-on, etc.) With all three of these designs 30% of the purchase will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation throughout this Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Hope you like my "pretty in pink" designs and hope to see plenty of photos of you sharing your purchase on social! My instagram is @brooklit and I can't tell you how much I LOVE seeing my #FabulousDoodles phone cases tagged within your pretty pix! I even on occasion regram them!  
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Tonya L said...

Pink is my favorite color, I don't know which I like best :)
Do all you illustrations come out right in the first try? No matter how much I practice, my girls aren't consistent. Good ones are hit or miss. I've been frustrated, I long for not just ability but skill.

Brooke Hagel said...

@Tonya, I have many illustrations that end up on the cutting room floor and not all are successful. But the more you do it and keep at it the better they become. Back in fashion design school I remember feeling the same way as you, but now the misses are fewer are farther between. Might I suggest trying to find a fashion design or model drawing class? A skilled teacher can be invaluable.

Tonya L said...

I'd love to. I haven't been able to find any near me. I did take an online class though :) I wish FIT had online illustration classes available.