All my art comes from a sense of wonder. This is another experiment, hand lettering with soft shading, in a kind of ribbon style, and made on my iPad.
I sat down with a pair of scissors and lots of brown paper and started cutting out geometric shapes. Playing with the pieces. Laying the shapes out in different ways, experimenting with torn and cut paper, variations in scale, a patchwork feeling, a sense of depth, a flat feeling, and asymmetrical geometrics.
It was a really interesting experiment and something that I think I'll be weaving into my creative process.
This resulted in a collection of 8 hand crafted, paper-cut, seamless patterns. You can find them here: Paper Cut Geometric Seamless Patterns.
A new set of greeting cards for a card box set with coordinating patterns for the box/packaging. Inspired by lace, and an Edwardian mood with a contemporary twist.
Here's a new illustration and three patterns combining florals and geometrics.
I put together a few images to define my style. It's really difficult to put words on your own work and style! Gathering these illustrations and patterns helps get a feel for it. What words come to your mind when you see this?
Now you can find my patterns from on an array of custom-made home décor products at Roostery, the unique marketplace for indie design. From throw pillows, napkins, placemats to tea towels.
Over the next year the product line will expand to furniture like chairs and couches to bedding like duvets and sheets as well as curtains. Take a look!