Posts Tagged ‘prints’
“Live Now is a project consisting of a growing collection of artwork, quotes, thoughts, experiences and ideas, powerfully pursuing the notion of ‘living now’. Engaging participants to grow, live meaningful lives & be happy!”
These wonderfully lively and colourful patternscapes and art prints are by Wish You Were Here. Each one is inspired by and named after a different song. They also stock fabric and cushions in the same mind-bending colours and patterns. Magic 😀
I’m completely smitten with the work of Sarajevo born artist and illustrator Yellena James, which has been described as “colorful arrangements of organic shapes and tangled lines which are at once floral and alien, organic and sci-fi, crafty and fantastic.”
Her clients already include some serious names like Anthropologie, Adidas, K2 Snowboards and Nike, and as well as being displayed at galleries worldwide, she has been featured in Vogue Australia, Giant Robot, Domino Online, Design Sponge and Apartment Therapy among others.
- Advice To Sink In Slowly is a series of posters designed by recent and established graduates of University College Falmouth. Each student who enrols is given an inspirational poster as a welcoming gift…. such a nice idea – I’d like to see this catching on in colleges here 🙂
I love these limited edition motivational screen prints by Orange Beautiful on Etsy.com. They come in a set of four, or can be bought individually. As a procrastinatrix extraordinaire, I think I need some of these for my house…. 😛