Julie Winegard



is a visual storyteller
and digital designer


00 I’m Still Julie

I live in NYC and like tiny things (ant-sized). I love solving puzzles. I eat a banana every day. The correct way to eat an egg is poached. It took me a year to learn crow pose. I collect polyster shirts with cool patterns from the 60s and 70s.
My current skincare routine is: Dr. Dennis Gross Facewash, Biologique Recherche p50, retinol (PM), Dr. Dennis Gross Vitamin C Serum (AM), Dr. Jart Ceramidin Cream, Biore Sunscreen.



01 The 9⁠–5

I currently work as Senior Lead Graphic Designer for the Product team at WeWork where I support the Chief Product Officer, Events, and Partnerships teams in creating internal and external creative assets.
Before that, I was Associate Art Director at Columbia University. I designed and art directed across digital and print assets. I graduated with my master’s in strategic communication in 2019 from Columbia University.



02 GIF Queen

I fell in love with illustration because I could create a whole new reality. I primarily focus on pop culture, current events, and women! My goal is to carry nuance and guide the viewer to understand a subject in a new way. If a picture is worth a thousand words, illustration has to be worth a million.

I soon had a big breakthrough—I discovered I could bring my illustrations to life through GIFs. My Obama Mic Drop GIF was named the #1 GIF of the 2016. I’ve worked with clients like New York Fashion Week, Little Caesars, The Wall Street Journal, and NBC News.


03 One Woman Show

During 2020 Quarantine, I started a small business: One of __. The name comes from traditional printmaking where an edition is made. The idea is that once a print is gone, it is gone for good–never to be made in that exact same way again. Each piece is hand screen printed so that no two in the edition are the exact same.
I wanted to make art wearable and accessible to everyone. I encourage owners of One of __ to customize their piece to their taste, whether that be cutting it to a crop top, tying at the waist, making it sleeveless, or whatever else. It’s important to feel confident and comfortable in what we wear.