The L.A. based designer and artist Kimberly Corday is the moment. From her fluid transition between mediums and charming spirit, she is one of California’s most exciting creative enigmas. Her designs are perfectly pictured here by the photographer Richard Ramirez Jr. – who captures the innocent beauty of the world and the people who inhabit it. The natural ethereal vibe poetically comes together in this visual essay  (titled “Tales of a Woeful Romance”) showcases the frilly punk that is Corday. We got the chance to catch up with Corday to talk about her journey, philosophy, and everything in between.

Kimberly: I can’t recall a time when I wasn’t creating or at least seeking out inspiration. As a kid, I’d carve little portraits into the kitchen table (sorry mom) and spend hours feasting my eyes upon impressionist paintings at local museums (again, sorry mom).

Thankfully, my high school welcomed artists with open arms- shout out to my painting teacher Mrs. Tremante who’s guidance and emphasis on diligence equipped me for all my future creative endeavors. I went on to study painting at the Rhode Island School of Design (a whirlwind of an experience, one that I miss every day).


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