“I love the freedom to create things that are close to my heart and then see them out in the world.”
You might have passed by Jill McDonald’s work in a store front or on a book cover. But before she designed for some of our nation’s top brands, Jill was a Midwestern girl who loved drawing and playing with bold colors. When it came time for college, she attended the Rhode Island School of Design where she studied textile design. She then hit the Big Apple to create a wide range of products from bedding to puzzles before starting her own design studio. Much of Jill’s work has an educational component or serves as a source of inspiration (see her “I Think I Can” print). When she’s not dreaming up color and pattern combinations, she enjoys practicing yoga, picking flowers, and spending time with her husband and son. She lives in Kansas City.
Meet Jill and learn how she handles her own studio and motherhood "like a boss" on our blog.