I just completed a mini poster (post card size) that i was working on this summer.

I am apart of some amazing True Crime groups and they inspire me everyday to be my self, and stay sexy and not get murdered.

The mini-poster shows the infamous last meals of 6 murders and serial killers, chosen not because of the person but the meal they requested.


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The story goes that Aileen Wuernos, murdered 7 men in Florida, didn’t believe she was actually going to die the following day, so she asked for a simple cup of coffee.

Victor Feguer, kidnapped and murdered a Doctor, asked for a single solitary olive.

Velma Barfield, poisoned 5-7 people, asked for coke and CHEESE DOODLES, NOT Cheetos, CHEESE DOODLES – because she was clearly a psychopath.

John Wayne Gacy, a living monster, murdered 33+.  He owned a KFC franchise, and asked for a bucket of original recipe for his last meal, along with cocktail shrimp and a pound of strawberries.

Timothy Mcveigh, who’s evil deeds shaped my generation, killed 168 people.  He ate two pints of mint chocolate chip icecream.


Ted Bundy. murdered 14 women, possibly more.  He refused to give a last meal request so was actually given the traditional Steak and Eggs meal, with a side of toast hashbrowns and milk.  However, Bundy didn’t touch any of it, meaning his actual last meal was a casual lunch of a burrito and rice with a salad.


New Items in the Shop!

It’s May – YAY!  So of course a I have a new Mother’s Day card this year!

Mother's Day

As well as some old favorites for you to enjoy!

Another new card design is in the shop, and it’s one of my new favorites (No it doesn’t have to do with Mother’s Day, but I’m not going to tell you how to use it or who to send it to… )



Find it at Rachel Foss Design on ETSY! 





I hope everyone is having sunny days and beautiful weather like we are!  Whatever it’s like outside – I hope whatever you’re doing today is beautiful!



Much LOVE Monday: new art!

my goodness, it is April 9th and there’s pretty much a blizzard out in Chicago right now!   What is going on!?!?!?!?!?



But GOOD news is with the crappy cold weather I’ve actually been staying home and making art!

I just finished this new painting i really like:

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I’ll finally be opening the studio to the public at the end of this month and I can’t wait to show this new piece off to visitors!




New comic: what is it like falling in love

I have’t been drawing much the past year, but sometimes I have something I want to express – and share it with the world.  Lately I have been feeling lonely and anxious, but there was a night where everything just felt perfect…

Sleep Comic

It’s good to be reminded sometimes that everything is ok.

In other news, today also happens to be the day that when I got my CCS acceptance letter 7 years ago :)  Must be something about May 7th…


Mystery Comic…

K so… im going through papers and drawings and sketchbooks as I organize my home office, and I find this comic.

I can tell that it’s mine, and it’s not a bad looking comic but.. I have no memory of drawing it, what it’s about, when I made it… ?!?!? No clue 🤷‍♀️

Mystery Comic - variant


It’s kind of weird.   What does mean?  What was I thinking and feeling when I drew this?  WHEN did I draw this?

I literally have no clue.   Strange, huh?


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Much Love Monday – Almost February



It’s Monday, and it’s almost February, and we currently going through the annual “January Thaw” here in Chicago, which means the worst is yet to come…

But for now, I will give me love and thoughts to my world.   In Chicago there is a neighborhood called Humboldt Park – which houses one of my favorite places in the world… Humboldt Park :)   Sadly Humboldt is also known for really terrible crime, which seems to have surged recently – and the reason it breaks my heart is because I love this place so much (and it’s not even my neighborhood!)  I spent my Sunday in the area and just loved it and I can’t wait until spring and summer when the flowers will bloom, and ill pick new garden plants at Adams and Son and ride my bike to the Boathouse at the (Humboldt) Park. So this Monday, i give it to you Humboldt Park Chicago


Throwback: Inktober 2016 – Witch-A-Day

In honer of October 1 and the first day of Inktober 2017, I am throwing back to last year’s project:  Inktober WitchAday!




In order from top left to bottom right:

Cassie Nightingale (The Good Witch)

The Grand High Witch  (Witches)

Agatha Cromwell (Halloweentown)

Alexandra Fielding and Camryn Barnes (Twitches)


Nan (American Horror Story)

Sally and Gillian Owens (Practical Magic)

Louise Miller (Teen Witch)

Elvira (Mistress of the Dark)

Wicked Witch of the West (Wizard of Oz)

Princess Mombi (Return to Oz)

Willow (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

Morgaine (Mists of Avalon)

Mildred Hubble (The Worst Witch)

Mad Madam Mim (Sword in the Stone)

Winifred Sanderson (Hocus Pocus)

Endora (Bewitched)

Professor McGonagoll (Harry Potter)


Sally (A Nightmare Before Christmas)

Sabrina (Sabrina the Teenage Witch)

Paige Mathews (Charmed)

Mama Addams (Addams Family Values)

Kiki (Kik’s Delivery Service)

Katrina Van Tassel (Sleepy Hollow)




Alexandra, Jane and Sukie (Witches of Eastwick)

Sarah Bailey (The Craft)

… and of course…