Category Archives: Design


Scavenger Hunt Illustrations

Along with a writing partner, who has sourced the photographic content and¬†written poems to accompany the illustrations, we are creating scavenger hunts for Central Park and The Metropolitan Museum. The first illustration in the series is Balto, which will be included along with the Egyptian […]


Branding for KEZZO Jewelry

These designs were part of a series of branding exercises for a local Forest Hills jewelry designer.


Jack’s First Birthday Party…Card

This illustration was done when my son turned one-year-old, in 2004.

Rose Academy of Ballet Logo Treatment One

Rose Academy of Ballet: Branding Exercise

I was asked to undertake a branding exercise for the Rose Academy of Ballet, a local business in Forest Hills, Queens. This is the end result.


Rose Academy of Ballet

Rose Academy of Ballet is now live after hibernating for a while. I’ve updated the slides to show the current layout. I added a google calendar to the layout so my client could update the schedule herself through the back-end, and also quickly added some […]


Digital Image Design

Digital Image Design, now defunct, employed me to handle all aspects of design: I was the print person, illustrator and art director. We also worked on web sites for corporate clients, and so I began my first foray into web site design.


Personal Identity Work

These treatments were done many years ago, before my last name was Evanchik. In point of fact, my given name was Ice. When you’re born with a name like that, it’s best to address it directly, I think. Don’t you? I rue the day I […]


A Birthday Book for My Son Jack

This is something I’m working on, the idea that for every year of my son’s life (after this year, of course), I will make a book out of his interests and pre-occupations from the year. It’ll contain stories and will be something that he’ll be […]


MBF Clearing Corporation

I handled both the Identity work and web site design for this trading firm down in Battery Park. I’ve included here some comps from the exploration process, as well as the final work. ¬© 2002 Monica Evanchik


Continent 8 Web Site

Over the summer, I worked with some long-time associates to build a web site for a company that provides server facilities. The site hasn’t launched yet.


Four Bands Community Fund

These were part of a project I did several years ago for a non-profit, Native American business group in South Dakota. They were used on the web site, which has since been re-designed.


I spent 2000-2001 at, and enjoyed working in the news business for the first time. It taught me a lot.