Here’s some recent artwork from my MATS B classes that I’ve been taking over the last couple of month. I still have a few more assignments to go but that will be another blog post. The image above is from a special assignment for Uppercase magazine. How amazing is that?! Some lucky students will get to be in the magazine with their work featured.
A card I designed for the paper market
Graphics and patterns for the Baby Apparel market. I uploaded some of the patterns to Spoonflower here.
Some icons and borders for the Scrapbooking market
Here is my second assignment for Make Art That Sells Bootcamp. What a fun assignment: Lumberjacks as Christmas ornaments! You can see all the submissions for the assignment here.
And of course, I totally had fun looking at the eye candy for reference. I followed this board on Pinterest because it was just perfect.
West Elm | CB2 | Joe Fresh | Magic Pony | Umbra
Ah yes, it’s that time of year again. You’ve been invited to a holiday/ugly sweater party or dinner and are now scrambling to find something to bring aside from the obvious bottle of wine. But, finding the perfect gift shouldn’t break the bank. This year, I was on a mission to find some items that were less than $15. And my rule is: always buy gifts that I would like to receive. I mean, if you wouldn’t want it, why would anyone else?!