Welcome to Lizash.com! This is my little home on the internet. I started blogging in 2006 on Tumblr under a blog entitled Beau Monde. Beau Monde was the beginning of Liz Ash; moreover, it was a space where I wrote (w)editorials on up-and-coming artists, established artists, projects, brands, fashion, technology; anything that I found cool and interesting. When I transitioned to LizAsh.com I decided to also make this space a home for the boutique creative firm Liz Ash and a space to display my hand drawn illustrations. This is the world of Liz Ash - the girl and the brand. I hope you like it! We just won the #5 spot on the TOP 40 list by Washington Life Magazine (2017). Grateful and honored. If you see something, say something: here.
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Liz Ash is a boutique creative agency and consultancy providing 360-degree solutions, innovative content and valuable strategy for a multitude of clients in various industries. By using a customized methodology, the team at Liz Ash creates exciting and effective solutions and ideas. Liz Ash gives businesses that magnetic appeal; by re-defining or creating structures, enveloping them in creative expertise, and weaving strategy through every facet of their business.
Liz Ash herself is an inspired storyteller, a creator/creative, and a purveyor of the best-of-the-best. Ash has been called a Keen Creative; Branding Guru; Canny Consultant; Social Savant; Start-up Specialist and Marketing Maven. Co-founder of Diesel Jeans Maurizio Marchiori
summed it up best when he remarked, “If there’s one person that should have a business card that folds out like an accordion, it’s Liz Ash.” Ash has just been honored by Washington Life Magazine as a ‘Top 40 under 40’ award recipient. This prestigious award highlights brands or people in the metropolitan area who are noteworthy movers-and-shakers.
Liz Ash is also a Fashion Blogger, a Fashion Stylist/Image Consultant, Artist, Illustrator and Collaborator. Ash has a knack for Creativity, a passion for Technology and an eye for Newness (the up-and-coming, novel shapes, kinetic forms). She is also a fine artist with her most recent series "Goodbye Animals" for sale world wide on sites like Art.com or Amazon. The hand-drawn illustrations are available thru the artist in limited-edition lithographic prints (hand numbered and signed). Rentals of each animal- and new remixed versions -are available in myriad sizes. if you're interested in renting a Liz Ash piece please contact us. Ash also creates custom fine art illustrations and graphics, to inquire please use the contact page.
Ash graduated with a B.A. from Eugene Lang College (the private writing subsidiary of The New School) and a BFA from Parsons School of Design. She has degrees in both Creative Writing/Literature and Fine Art. Post-graduation, Ash resided in New York City, where she was able to work for a plethora of brands and firms, from award-winning creative agencies to couture houses. Accolades include collaborations with the "The Godfather of Charms,” Aaron Basha, Ash was able to sell 2 million dollars worth of a 15 dollar macrame bracelet in 6 months, she's been a part of major collaborations like Madewell x Alexa Chung, she's styled photoshoots for Mui Mui, Prada, Dior and more. She's managed, merchandised, created and implemented structure thru daily operations of a showroom and each position, allowing these showrooms to streamline operations no matter the employee. All of this, while Liz Ash also conducted Freelance projects, and was one of the first NYC bloggers writing about up-and-coming or cool artists on BEAU MONDE. (Many of the artists she featured have now become famous.)
Ash's rare understanding and ability to balance both the creative and business sides of any project have awarded her much success. In 2016, Liz Ash founded Liz Ash LLC, a full service boutique studio and consultancy. A space for creators and narrators; for artists and entertainers; for entrepreneurs and investors; for brands and bands; A space that smells like Vanilla Musk, looks like a blank canvas or a movie set with it's white, black, modern aesthetic
For 'Goodbye Animal' Hand Illustrated Series inquiries, here. For wholesale, contact my publisher Image Conscious
As a smart business woman, I do not need to take credit for all of my work, you just have to pay for it :) Therefore, I retain privacy policies with clients that do not allow me to showcase my relationship with their brand but I can tell you that there are some MAY-JOR players and a lot of minor ones as well.. But here's some stuff that I can show!