inspired by an Emilio Pucci dress in a Dutch magazine.
This zipper pouch and consorts are the outcome of a Make Art That Sells “gift market” assignment by Lilla Rogers.
The imagery consist of a selection of my favourite things at home, illustrated with acrylic, gouache and pencil. The composition and extra colour is done in Photoshop.
I would love to see this for real (!).
This is the fith blog edition of ‘Patterns around the house’.
(Click on “patterns around the house” in the right menu for more)
Cotton knitted sweater by COS
detail of an Oscar Murillo painting, announcement ad for his 2015 exhibition at the David Zwirner Gallery in London. Found in Garage Magazine.
Photo detail from a VisitMalta travelling folder.
As I’m also doing the course ‘Make Art That Sells, part B’, I sent in a submission for Uppercase’s editorial assignment as well (click here for the first one).
As an artist or creative you have favorite things to wear, to work in or just to picture yourself in, although you’ll never wear it (e.g. because a lack of money, or inconvenience):
I like to picture myself in a big furry coat with some Marni and Gucci references, with a touch of sweet femininity (the flowers and pastels).
My tattoos, for some reasons they’re all about eyes in some way, had to be in the picture too. And I’ve also just purchased a very cool blouse with eyes, quite similar to one of my tattoos…. So of course this all had to be a part of my editorial ‘fashion portret’.
I added plants, the night and a strange place too, whereas those are my recurring fascinations in illustrations lately.