Caitlin B. Alexander is an illustrator based in Austin, Texas with a particular love for dry-brush gouache painting. Both her life and work are heavily influenced by the aesthetics of the 1940's, '50s and '60s. She fancies herself a collector of memories as much as a collector of things, and enjoys bringing this sense of nostalgia to her audience.
Clients include: National Geographic Learning via Cengage Learning, Stonyfield Yogurt, Kim Lewis Designs, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center Magazine, The Contemporary Austin, Creative Action Network, Vote Foundation, Texas Farmers' Market, Etsy for CNBC, Peet's Coffee, American Federation for Teachers, Texas Medicine Magazine, EASTside Magazine, Chula League via Pentagram, Triathlete Magazine, Durango Doors, Hotel Van Zandt, KUT, The University of Texas, Southwestern University Alumni Magazine, Life & Letters Magazine, Spider Magazine, Ladybug Magazine (Cricket Media), B-Unlimited, Geneologie, Texas Board of Tourism, Dallas Child Magazine, Magpie Blossoms Boutique, Bearded Lady Screen Prints, Austin Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Sundry Modern Florals, GROWyoming, Hive Mind Hair Co.
Featured in: Creative Action Network’s “What Makes America Great” Book and Calendar, EASTside Magazine Article “Awash in Gouache: East Austin Illustrator Caitlin B. Alexander", Austin Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators’ Portfolio Award, They Draw and Travel’s “100 Illustrated Maps of American Places” Book, Pantone’s Instagram, Buzzfeed Holiday Gift Listicle, Voyage Houston’s Local Stories “Meet Caitlin B. Alexander,” Society of Illustrators Los Angeles Illustration West 49, Women’s March on Texas, Tumblr on Twitter, Print & Pattern, They Draw and Cook, Life After College, SCAD Illustrious 7, Altpick Member Focus, Avondale Type Co.