I am loving these bright and fun illustrations by Migy who has worked for several advertising campaigns, editorials and animation companies. I wish I could copy-paste all of his illustrations, here are few of my very favorite ones. Visit his website to see more of his art work. Enjoy! I wish you all a safe and a happy weekend!
Friday, September 10, 2010
Christy of Graphic Spaces works with her family to create these beautiful woodland bookends. In this family ever one has an significant and defined role to keep things up and running. Christy designs the products and sends it over to her parents so her father can craft the art out of wood to make the final shapes. While her mom takes care of the online store and her brother makes sure the heavy machinery needed to cut the intricate designs are never out of order. They are all doing an amazing job. Every piece shows perfections and love that they have put in. Don't ya think?
Cold Coffee, it's not a beverage, it's a brand name which makes these lovely wall decals. I have never purchased a wall sticker but they sure do seem like a fun way to dress up a blank wall instantly. Do you like decals in bedrooms or only in nurseries?
Labels: Decal ·
Thursday, September 9, 2010
This limited edition Love Tree created by Beci Orpin is available on her online store for $250.
Nina Seven is an illustrator who works in the children's publishing, greeting card and paper crafting industries. She is also an active member of We Love to Illustrate group for which she designed these fun back-to-school stickers. The set includes book name tags, labels and more. To download click here.
Labels: Freebies ·
Sharon Blackman is a freelance textile artist who is presently living in Chelmsford, Essex. Her textile pictures incorporate recycled fabric and buttons, and are finished with appliques and simple hand embroideries. She is currently working on Christmas designs, to follow her progress you can visit her blog.
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Robin & Mould are a couple based out of Wiltshire, UK who design and create beautiful hand printed homewares in their home studio. Their products in teal and yellow are fun and absolutely delightful. The owl shaped toy and the lovely owl tea cosy are my faves!
Labels: Patterns ·
I had no idea until today that Fossil has a vintage department - Fossil Finds, which is full of wonderful vintage inspired and vintage finds like this painted owl bank. Too bad it's sold out but it's so cool that I had to share it with you. Do you like it?
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
I just discovered this website Uncommon, which lets you customize your own iPhone covers either by submitting your own photo or with artwork created by renowned artists.
Uncommon was founded when a team of very talented and highly experienced entrepreneurs decided to create something great with other creative people. There are about 29 collections where you'll find completely cool and uncommon products. Take a look for yourself!
Ferm Living is a Danish company that designs interior products including wallpapers, textiles and a huge range of kids' merchandise. Now you can start decorating your little one's room around owl theme because they have everything to offer from owl quilted blanket to mobile and from owl shaped cushion to wallpaper!! I think the color palette of orange, brown and blue is neutral and suitable for both both boys and girls.
You can also mix and match that gorgeous hot air balloon wallpaper with the owl bedding like shown in the picture. Both blend perfectly together. What do you think?