Projects :: Clients
2019 :: Mama Bear Bibs | Logo design. Mama Bear Bibs are oversized custom bibs made to order—cotton backed with Terry cloth.
2018 :: Auction Item | Donated auction item for non-profit 501(C)3 organization — 56th Year of Independence Gala | Jamaica Foundation of Houston
2018: Website design | PolyVascular is a startup company that has developed a polymeric heart valve for infants diagnosed with congenital heart disease — PolyVascular won the ACC.18 Innovation Challenge pitch competition
PolyVascular won the ACC.18 Innovation Challenge pitch competition
2017: Painting | Private residence in Florida
2015: Mural | Sweetpea Smiles: Pediatric Dentistry in Sugar Land, Texas
2007-08: Fine Art Exhibitions | Simply Art Gallery in Galveston, Texas on The Strand
Simply Art Gallery in Galveston, Texas on The Strand
2006: Multimedia Installations | “Gave a new image to a still abandoned home, communicating a piece of German history and culture to international artists and pushed for more international collaborative work through art.” — We-Art Rosenthal | Professors Nicole Bent and Yohance Douglas of American InterContinental University - Houston were among 12 artists selected worldwide to participate in an esteemed artist-in-residence program from Aug. 14 through Sept. 10 in the town of Bad Langensalza/Thuringia, Germany called "Rosenthal; We ArT."
Artist in residence for "National Day of Historic Sites" the 10th of September 2006
2005-06: Fine Art Exhibitions | Gallery 19 in Houston, Texas - Houston International Festival >> Heights Contemporary Fine Art Gallery & Event Space (Established in 2005.The gallery began as a cooperative of 6 artists Heidi Powell-Prera, Willie Moe, Nicole Bent, Max Harrison, Kyle Fu, & Kevin Courtney.)
2002: 2D Animation | Collaborated with Archimage on 2D Animation for an 8-week Web-based program for the Children's Nutrition Research Center at the Baylor College of Medicine.
Illustrations for 2D Animation of Flash animated cartoons. Collaboration with Archimage
“Each week, mothers login and interact with this research site through online activities geared to help them overcome nutrition obstacles for their families” - Archimage
1999: Multimedia illustrations | Helped promote dietary change in youth by designing badge and weekly comic books as part of the Children's Nutrition Research Center at the Baylor College of Medicine "5 a Day Achievement Badge" program for African-American Boy Scout troops in Houston. The program launched in Fall of 1997 to encourage youth to eat more fruit, 100% juice, and vegetables (FJV) for chronic disease prevention.