Honey + Rust

About

 
 

Honey & Rust is a collection of works and thoughtfully made goods by designer and illustrator Viscaya Wagner.

 
 
 
 

About

Viscaya grew up in Vermont, coming from a family of artists, designers, and creatives. She studied at The University of Vermont, where she graduated with a BFA in Studio Art with a focus in Graphic Design. 

Her work is motivated by human nature; our instincts, our relationship to the natural world, or relationship to others. Viscaya hopes her work brings joy, comfort, inspiration, or motivation to participate in this world in a meaningful way.

She currently lives, plays, and works in New York City :)

 

Select Clients

Adidas
Facebook
WeWork
Industry City
REI Co-op

Aspirations

Beer can design
Cafe/restaurant branding
NY Times illustration
Window display
International mural

 
 

 
 

Exhibitions

Signs of the Time, Detroit Art Week, 2019, Detroit, MI
Night Shift, 2019, New York, NY
Mural, 2019, Facebook, Mountain View, CA
Mural, 2018, Facebook, Mountain View, CA
The Gardener Mural, 2018, Industry City, Brooklyn, NY
Canvas & Cassette, 2018, Montreal, Canada
Art on Board, 2014, Brooklyn, NY
Vermont International: A Group Exhibition, South Gallery, 2014, Burlington, VT
Habit of Mind Mural, ArtsRiot, 2014, Burlington, VT
Chubby Muffin, 2014, North Burlington, VT
Senior Exhibition, 2014, Francis Colburn Gallery, University of Vermont
From the Hill, 2014, RL Studios, Burlington, VT
Seven Sounds Art Festival, 2014, University of Vermont
Fishing for Exotic Birds: A Collective Art Exhibit, 2014, Burlington, VT
Waking Windows Festival, 2014, Winooski, VT
Close at Hand: UVM Senior Student Art Exhibit, 2014, Davis Student Center, UVM
Art on Board, 2013, Burlington City Arts, Burlington, VT
Modernism: How Abstraction Happens, 2012, Francis Colburn Gallery, UVM

 
 

Publications

Hola Guapa, Artist Feature, September, 2019
Common Blog, July 2019
The Daily Good,
The Good Trade, April 30, 2019
Canvas & Cassette,
Issue 03, 2018
plain china, September Issue, 2015
Vantage Point, Spring, 2014