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Animal BnB

Illustrations featuring imagined architecture on the backs of unsuspecting animals.

Animal BnB is a satirical illustration project commenting on how we manipulate the natural world around us. Each animal begrudgingly plays “host” to a BnB, and is accompanied by cheeky reviews that weave a narrative connecting throughout the illustrations.

To purchase a booklet of 24 animal illustrations with their satirical reviews see: She Didn’t Eat Me: Five Stars

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Bison’s Cabin

“The mountains outside of Bison’s place were literally calling, which is romantic on a poster but pretty aggravating in person.” - Nim, graphic designer

“We had a great time until we all died of cholera.” -The Hannegan’s, pioneers

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Mantis’ Condo

“She didn’t eat me. Five stars.”

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Humpback’s Castle

“I thought this was a sperm whale, not a humpback whale, and definitely not a sperm bank! Gosh, I got so pregnant.” -Mary, virgin

“Consummate host. My favorite annual work trip.” -Ted, turkey baster acct rep

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Lemur’s House

“Lemur’s hut is extremely isolated in the tamarind trees. There are plastic bags for mosquito netting, and a hole in the wall for the bathroom. Not in the floor. In the wall.” -Jack & Jill

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Penguin’s Place

“The ice in your drink never melts. Ever.” -Mel

“Why is there even a fridge here, is this a joke?” -Sid

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Flamingo’s Patio

“At flamingo’s there isn’t actually any bedroom or bathroom…or shelter of any kind. I got so sunburned I look like a deep friend empanada.” -Yan, Scandinavian

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Llama’s Sanctuary

“Frigid mountain water trickles through a crack in the rocks, and the bed is a slab of ancient stone. Llama’s place was so authentic!” -Hugh & Charlotte, Australians

“Who’s place is so filthy even the ghost of Pachacuti stays somewhere else? Yo llama.”-Juan, backpacker

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Walrus’ Compound

“The beds are made out of blubber and the floors are heated by electrically converted seal barks.” - Elon, inventor

“The beds are made out of blubber!” -Robin, enthusiast

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Rhino’s Rehab

“I was forced to go to Rhino’s rehab. You sleep on raw hide, eat dry grass, and swim the moat for 3 hours every day.” -Paulson, former hedge fund investor

“No wifi?!?” -Everyone ever

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Sloth’s Sleep Den

“Sloth’s place is a napping harem. Inside there are a hundred cots lined with pillows, ear plugs, and bottles of codeine.” -Kurtis, insomniac

Rooster’s Roost

“Where’s the bathroom? Are you supposed to poop in the straw?” -Laura, bachelorette

“I know roosters are supposed to crow at dawn, but this guy cockadamndoodled all day. Take a break already.” - Vlad

Pelican’s Shacks

“Pelican’s place is a pelicatessan of sweet waves." - Kiyan, surfer

“The cabins smell like a rainbow of fish guts, but they’re cheerful! Inside there are hammocks, mosquito netting, and a mini fridge stocked with fermenting clams.”

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Marmot’s Longhouse

“Marmot’s sweat lodge purged my soul of all its earthly demons and left me cleaner than an angel’s ass cheeks.” -Paulson, life coach

“What in the gosh darn heck is in that pipe?!” -Richard

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Panda’s Pagoda

“The menu at Panda’s is a little sparse - bamboo three meals a day.” -Jackie, kungfu master

“I was so bamboozled by the pantastic hospitality that I could bearly stand it.” -Mark, dad

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Vaquita’s Hacienda

“We just really wanted to stay here before she went extinct.” -Sadness, fact

“My parents urged me not to stay here, they said she was part of a gang, but it turns out she’s a mother of three, and made the most amazing tamales.” -Leah, culinary student