Character Illustration$150$165
Reference Sheet ✨𝕟𝕖𝕨 ✨$350$400

Character Illustration: Can be full body or cropped in on the character depending on what is best in the context of the piece, decided by the client.
+50% for additional characters within the same piece.
+20% for simple BG, add costs for complexity.
Reference Sheet ✨𝕟𝕖𝕨 ✨: A standard reference sheet comes with 2 full body poses and 3 expressions (expressions and poses are up to the client); all of the same character; flat color BG only.
Open to working from description only or mood board style references.
+40% per additional pose
+15% per additional headshot
+15% per additional prop (depending on complexity)

Best method of contact is via twitter or instagram:


- Use artwork for any advertising or profits is strictly prohibited. Commissioned work are for personal-use ONLY unless otherwise negotiated.
- Clients are not permitted, under any circumstances, to use any part of their commissioned artwork for non fungible tokens.
- Venmo or Paypal (preferred) is accepted.
- All commissions must be paid in full upfront unless it is a custom order that had been confirmed beforehand.
- All payments are in USD and processed through Paypal.
- I reserve the right to refuse additional revisions or to charge an additional fee (starting at $5).
- I reserve the right to cancel and issue a full refund of a commission, at any time for any reason.
- No refunds will be offered after completion of a commission.
- If a commission is cancelled during its progress, a partial refund will be issued at my discretion.
- Please disclose if you wish your commission to remain private with initial request (i.e. not posted to galleries or social media or used for advertising purposes; posting without client's name/username is no charge).
- Private commissions include fee of 25% of total commission cost.
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vi pham [they/them]

San Diego based Illustrator and Designer with over 10 years of experience with a portfolio of varied accomplishments and work including: illustrations, graphic design, exhibitions, and published work.Clients: Y-USA, University of Michigan, San Diego Workforce Partnership, National Institute of Health, Englishunt, Write Brain World, and more.Interviews:
SD Voyager



I don't have an actual shop at the moment so my work is only available at shows/conventions I attend for now. If you're really interested in anything feel free DM me via Instagram or Twitter. I only take PayPal.

(2019) 28 pages, color - Rundown on why I loved this movie! Part of a series I plan on making of my favorite LGBTQIA+ movies.


Who You? Who Me? is an exhibition that focuses on and explores gender identity. The body of work featured within the exhibition approaches this topic from a personal perspective. Brain Food and Wheel of Labels seeks to introduce terminology and history. While, Whoever You Are is a narrative exploration.The work stemmed from a long-held and desperate need to have friends and family understand my experience, particularly as someone that felt the binary definition of “man” and “woman” as too restrictive. Brain Food is a product of the early “Introduction to Sex & Gender”, text-only version that I’d send to close friends. One of whom was my collaborator, Juston McKee (on Brain Food). Branching from that same text, Who You? Who Me? incorporates my personal experience. Wheel of Labels was more conceptual realm that gave room to play with concepts of gender within context of time and place, stereotypes that are conjured, and how we may feel about the labels that are put on us. At the same time putting my spin on it as an illustrator by allowing it to be educational and approachable.The show aims to inform in a way that doesn't come across as preachy and distant in order to create a space for dialogue. And so, true to my style, I do so with bright colors, likeable characters, and especially a sense of humor.

Restless Minds Vol. 3 (2017)

Restless Minds Vol. 1 (2014)