Are you bored?
Then, you're in the right place.
If you or someone you know has suffered from boredom, you might benefit from a design or illustration update. My name is Kristina Filler and I take the boring out of logos, websites, shirts, walls, kitchenware, exercise, social justice, movies, pie charts, time-tracking, gardens, baby cards, and even pizza. I've helped dozens of people go on to live better, less boring lives. You can too!
Warning: side effects may include eyebrow dancing.
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Long before we worried about little things like global pandemics, we worried about gun violence. This shirt design was inspired by my own family's tragedy and helped raise over $11,000 for Everytown.org.
Sometimes I draw portraits.
You might think your dad wrote these garden stick pun jokes... and you're right. I'm your real dad and I'm sorry you had to find out this way.
Logo for the upcoming film, Serpentine Pink. Clearly, this logo concept is very abstract. It's this kind of deep thinking that helped me secure "Most Creative" in my high school yearbook.
This set design was inspired by my family's Hudson County accent. If you've never heard it before, please enjoy this clip of my aunt tawking about breakfuhst.
Logo for the fitness program that gets you healthy "in the dopest way possible."
This line of sarcastic baby cards helps ensure that parents and their future children laugh a lot, instead of being boring, humorless turd robots.
This is a cactus.
This moon was one of many doodles made to support my podcast, Women Crush Weekly. I'd like to say there's some deep subconscious meaning with moons and women's cycles or something, but I just like moons.
This mural was done on the walls (technically just one wall) of the time-tracking software company, Harvest in NYC. It contains various time-keeping devices and office supplies to remind you to quit wasting time staring at a wall and get back to work. Just kidding- you can stare at my art as long as you like.