She is an angel descending to earth sharing the divinity of beauty. TED picked it up, and here’s what she has to say about her work:
I’m very interested in wonder, in design as an impetus to inquiring. To say I wonder is to say I question, I ask. And to experience wonder is to experience awe. […] But I really believe that a fully operating, rich society needs these seeds coming from all directions and all disciplines in order to keep the gears of inspiration and imagination flowing and cycling and growing. So that’s why I do what I do, and why I spend so much time and effort on it, and why I work in the commercial, public sphere, as opposed to the isolated, private sphere of fine art. Because I want as many people as possible to see my work, notice it, be drawn into it, and be able to take something from it. And I actually really feel that it’s worthwhile to spend my valuable and limited time on this earth in this way. And I thank you for allowing me to show it to you.
She call herself a Graphic Artist, but she’s mostly a thinker, philosopher & philanthropist playing the roles of a poet, a writer, a designer, a painter, an artist and more precisely an agent of inspiration.