F. Anneliese DePano is a designer, artist, and occasional writer based in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her work ranges from pencil sketches to fully rendered art and graphic design. She is well versed in both analog and digital image-making.
She has worked with Loyola University New Orleans’s academic writing journal, The Reader’s Response, as its layout and cover designer and the New Orleans Museum of Art’s publication office. She has created and contributed to indie zines such as The Girl from 2J and Nansensu by nonSENSE Press. More recently, Anneliese was also a key contributing graphic designer for Cerberus Agency, a full-service advertising, design, web development, and media agency located in Metairie, Louisiana.
Her personal work is greatly influenced by music, pop culture, and personal catharsis, and her drawing style is heavily inspired by graphic novel artists and mangaka from her youth.
When she’s not working on graphic design or visual art, Anneliese also provides vocals and pens songs for Calamansi, an indie side project with a friend that turned into an up-and-coming alt rock / electropop band.
Anneliese enjoys a sip of dark roast coffee on a cool day, the hue of golden yellow in egg yolks, and fresh white rice.
She is Filipina-American.