Rachael Amber Longo is an illustrator and designer based in Philadelphia. She graduated from the Illustration program at the University of the Arts in 2017. Her art mainly focuses on her love for nature concern for environmental and social issues, but branches out to unnatural subjects as well! She enjoys creating work that speaks for bigger issues and raises awareness through an illustrative lens.
Aside from being a visual artist, she is also a cat-lover, nature explorer, beginner herbalist, poetry and short fiction writer, and vegetarian.
Her work has been featured through The New York Times, On Being, Society of Illustrator's Student Exhibition 2017 & 2018, Off the Wall Gallery's "RESIST", William H. Ely Thesis Exhibition, Art Unleashed, "Still Divided" Election Day Exhibition, and Underground Pool Issue Seven.
She was chosen as the Climate Art Challenge Winner by Adobe Project 1324 and interviewed by Finnegan Harries here.
She has interned with Printfresh Studio and WeHolden.
View her resume here.
She hopes to work with you in the near future! Reach her here.