Happy Friday! Here are some of my sketches that are currently featured on Moda Operandi. The sketches are modeling Mawi and Tom Binns creations that are part of the M’O trunkshows so that customers can envision what they’ll look like in the jewelry! Cool, huh?
have a wonderful weekend!
hello! just wanted to post a quick sketch of a design detail i am currently a fan of – back buttons.
i love the idea of a simple shirt or sweater and yet i never buy them.
because, well, when your in the dressing room and you’re holding a simple black sweater in one hand and a party dress in the other, if your anything like me you end up walking out with the dress.
but i think i could get on board with buying some more staples if they had back “surprise” details. seems just a little more fun!
meet my two designers!
Lynn and Sharon are California-based interior designers who commissioned me to help them create their brand new website. The site showcases this lovely logo and a multitude of well curated collections inspired by design styles from around the country and world.
I illustrated a vignette of each of their 16 collections, here’s a sampling…
this one’s called “pinstripe” and i love the giant horns on the glass table…
this is “bridgehampton”… who doesn’t wish they had a giant squid painting?
and “lindenwood” with its shining gold lamps and cheerful cherry color…
and ‘yountville’ – a tribute to the chicness of a muted color pallet.
Be sure to visit their website to see the rest of the collection!
happy birthday lizzy!
lizzy is not turning 3 as this sketch might suggest. but in the time i’ve know her i’ve seen more adorable baby pictures of her than i have of myself. and for good reason, she was THE cutest kid.
lizzy spent her childhood enjoying oversized, high fashion accessories (such as these gaga-esque shades and large bow) and she still today can be spotted as the best dressed person in pretty much any scenario.
so happy birthday to you, my pet! such a beautiful day in NYC to celebrate!
happy weekend! i pinned this image forever ago and just finally got around to sketching her. doesn’t she look like shes about to twirl and start dancing with excitement? perhaps about the impending weekend?
interesting fact: look at the photograph and then look at my illustration – somehow i reflected the image while i was painting it. i didn’t even notice it till it was done. crazy, huh!? lets call it dyslexia chic