Rachel Arnold Sager

Rachel Arnold Sager is an illustrator, designer, and artist living and working in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In addition to providing a wide range of services in logo and identity creation, print and web design, branding, and production, she also takes art commissions for both personal and commercial use.

She has completed illustrations and infographics for corporate clients, as well as smaller independent companies. She also founded an art and apparel brand called 2468kids, which takes subject matter usually reserved for boys and reimagines it in a colorful way that can appreciated by ALL kids.

Creative personal projects include: The 100 Days Project using the hashtag #100Daysofrasager, as well as other daily projects utilizing the Instagram hashtags #29inlines, #rainyMayDays, #holidailies2016, and #girlslikethesetoo. “Letter Writing Week” was a series of events creating artwork and letters to mail to friends and loved ones. She worked with her husband and a local poet to publish an illustrated poetry book entitled “Monster Haiku”, the profits of which benefited March of Dimes. She also helped plan Pittsburgh's first "Creative Marathon", during which attendees had 24 hours to create a pieces of art (mostly on-site) and then hang them for a gallery show and party the following day. 

She lives with her partner and young daughter just within Pittsburgh’s city limits. Rachel enjoys hot dogs, good/bad scifi, dinosaurs, and anything to do with SCIENCE!