Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Package Design: Essential Oil Blends by Edens Garden














Edens Garden was started by the founder Grace in her in-law's tiny garage with a mission to make affordable quality essential oils for adults and kids. OK for Kids collection consists of 18 new synergy blends suitable for kids over 2 years of age. The oils are wrapped into cute kids-friendly packaging featuring woodland animals graphics in cheerful color palette. Each illustration is almost relevant to the concern the oil claims to help. For example, a sleepy owl on 'sleepy head', a bear on 'sniffles and sneezes'.

Besides the sophisticated packaging the blends were specially formulated by Sylla Sheppard-Hanger and her team and are 100% pure so you can incorporate them in your daily life with confidence. You can find the oils available in different sizes as well as ready to use roll-on vials, individually or as a set from here.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Psychedelic and Nature Inspired Tattoos by Joanna Świrska




Joanna Świrska also known as Dżo Lama is a Wrocław based tattoo artist. Her striking tattoos is an eclectic mix of psychedelic and nature art. Her subject matters mostly feature marvelous flora and fauna elements in vibrant tints, swirling details, and bold dark outline. Inspiration for her work comes from her love for the forest and the mountains.

“My biggest muse is psychedelia,” Joanna Świrska tells Illusion an art magazine. “My visions inspire the work, a controlled mess of surrealism with a lot of bright colors… My dreams come true every day.” You can see more of her work on Instagram.




 

 



Friday, July 21, 2017

Printable Greeting Cards and Wall Art







Happy Friday! It's time to wrap up for the weekend but before I go I'd like to share some wonderful printables with you from Paper Meadows Photography a team of mother and daughter who are passionate about capturing their love for nature in their photographs. 

They generously share their photography as wall decor, nursery art, digital papers, journal pages, greeting cards, and scrapbooking accents. You can find the goodies shown above and many more on their blog and feel free to download whatever that you need for free!

Have a lovely weekend!
Shivani

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Doodles With Optical Illusion and Hundreds of Intricate Images












A Cambodia born artist Visoth Kakvei who presently lives in Maine draws highly detailed, jaw-dropping optical illusion filled doodles in his sketchbook. Using pens and markers he generally draws his doodles freehand taking hours for a single piece to finish, then digitally enhances them which makes his subject appear alive. Every artwork is a fine composition of hundreds of tiny images.

He captions his owl work on Instagram as follow: "Fighting for the night. Once he's freed, the world will turn dark forever." His mastery over the work of doodling has gained him a huge fan following on Instagram, the last I checked he had close to 1 million followers. If you like, you can join him on Instagram where he posts pictures of his new work as well as mesmerizing videos of him in action.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Scion's Beautiful Patterns on Wallpaper and Fabric

















For sometime, I have been meaning to prepare a post on British brand Scion's Noukku collection of beautiful wallpapers. Now I feel glad that I didn't post about their wall coverings before because they recently launched a fabric collection called Pepino that compliments each other.


Pepino is available in nine cheerful designs in total of 43 colors options. The playful motifs is a wonderful mix of owls, cranes, birds, and flowers. The zesty color palette of fabrics is suitable for drapes, cushions and to be used for upholstery. Inspired by Scandinavian designs, the fabric collection is perfect to add a burst of color to any corner of your house. 


Hannah Bowen the Scion’s designer shares how the designs came to be: “I created them using paper-cut collage to give them a slick, contemporary look. I played with the idea of tessellating shapes, and motifs that would fit together to form simple, cheerful prints.”