Alison Polston is a midwestern Illustrator creating watercolor narratives of rascally (somewhat murderous) animals wearing human clothes. She takes inspiration from nature's calm and beautiful loneliness, religious themes, animal behaviors, and the intrusive thoughts that come with loss and anger.

In her spare time she likes to hike, cook on cast iron, collect animal fur and bones, and commune with her cats and dog.



Clients include Harmonix, Sprint, Coterie Theatre, and KC Auto Show.