I came up with this rendering of some very happy herbivores for a Spoonflower Design challenge with a dinosaur theme. I personally love the colors and little smiling faces, but the public did not agree. I came in at approximately 1 millionth. No matter…I carry on. If you like this one as much as IContinue reading “Letterpress Dinos Bright”
You might call this a copycat version of Any Warhol’s “Mao”. I do too, but I also call it Pop Meow! Bright colors and bow ties look great on my friend’s (late, great) kitty cat, Huxley. Now available for sale in fabric by the yard or wallpaper, right here.
I’m currently working on a collection inspired by a few favorites: cookies and dinosaurs. I took the classic sprinkled and frosted circus cookies and swapped out animals for dinos. Herbivores, only! I think they have a more innocent and child-like, which is how dino cookies should be. For now, white frosted cookies on pink andContinue reading “White Frosted Dino Circus”
Well, I participated (again) in a design challenge and this time did my best ever, making it to the top 75. Just barely. I came in at 73. While I’m excited about that (my goal now is to break the top 50), I’m also, like, what? This particular design was simple, unexciting, not very inspired,Continue reading “Shhh…I finally got her down”
The first in a collection of food prints that feature my son’s favorite food paired with circles. WOWEE! Circles. Can you even…just? Here are eggs. I don’t much care to be around eggs, but I also don’t like having snot wiped on my work shirts, and that’s something that happens on the regular too. AContinue reading “Eggy Weggs – Blue”
You can’t go wrong with a good dinosaur. These three classic dino silhouettes in primary colors are simply the sweetest and reminiscent of a popular collection from the 80s that decorated my brothers’ shared room. I wanted it simple and a to have a bit of a juvenile feel, so the coloring is done inContinue reading “Primary Dino Dots”
I’ve taken another pass at the pink version of the That’s Bananas print. Who were we kidding? Gimme that color! Fabric (and more!) available for purchase.
Cute puppies made of simple shapes in four color ways. Hooray! Printed as fabric they would be great for children’s items. I’m going to do a little testing of that myself. Fingers crossed the end product will be as adorable as I’m thinking. Stay tuned for the verdict. Available now as fabric and wallpaper inContinue reading “Origami Puppers”
More variations on a theme – much like my own mix tapes. This one features as a mess of tapes and paint splatter in a 4-color palette. The colors feel now, the subject is so 80s. Love that! Available for order as fabric, wallpaper (!), and gift wrap.
Oh yeah! Forget that other namby-pamby whatever color I had originally picked out to back these bananas. Pink is where it’s at. It actually makes me want to reimagine the entire color scheme and go for a not-so-realistic palette. Which reminds me – a friend and I were walking by Nordstrom and the windows allContinue reading “That’s Bananas – Pink”
Current inspiration includes my child’s favorite foods. He has a deep love of bananas that, quite frankly, I’ll never understand. But because I love him…I’ll try. I might revisit that tan-ish looking one – I think I want it to be a bit more pink. Also, still perfecting that repeating pattern. Update: Tan has, inContinue reading “That’s Bananas! The Collected Works”
I have a thing about poppies. Mostly California poppies. Perhaps it’s nostalgic since I grew up in California and they were everywhere by the road side most summers. Or perhaps it’s just the amazing color. That orange is just something else. I really took the color and ran with it here. This one is nowContinue reading “Acid Poppy Grid”
Summertime! It’s hot. You want something cold on a stick. Well, here! Take it before my fingers get sticky. Available as fabric or wrapping paper or maybe even wallpaper right here! And if you’re looking for that same vibe, but a bit more phallic, try this on for size (but not literally. That is aContinue reading “Popsicles”