For Sale: Fabric & Wallpaper Designed by Me

These are a few fabric I’ve design and are available to view in my Design Library on Spoonflower.com. If you’re interested in purchasing, let me know. I still need to get verified before I can sell on their site. I’m not sure if I want to have customers order through me or have Spoonflower take care of everything.

Not sure in anyone will notice, but the image in my WordPress header is a partial of the Watercolor Lattice pattern (on the bottom left in the above image). The pattern looks very different when paired with a colored background.

You can find out more details about each pattern by visiting my Spoonflower Design Library linked above.

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NEW Graphic Doodles

French Bouquet on Blush
“French Bouquet on Blush”

I want to make this large, and use and altered version of my handwriting as the font for ‘Bonjour’. I think this print will look better on blush.

French Bouquet on White
“French Bouquet on White”
"Alien Contact"
“Alien Contact”

This was a result of a happy accident using Live Trace in Adobe illustrator.

"Arrows"
“Arrows”

Farmer’s Market Posters (Media + Stylizations)

This is a series of posters I did this past semester about farmers’ market. My emphasis was on the referencing the farmers’ market that is set in a rural area. I wanted to draw attention to iconography of the idyllic farm that has ties to days gone by, i.e. not completely modern and with a hint of the past.

Media: watercolor, gouache, cut paper, and pastel

While brainstorming I found areas of interest and importance.

Texture:

old-fashioned, worn, rustic, hand-made

Sights:

idyllic, nostalgic

Community:

small, gathering, supportive, homey

In the area of color, I wanted to mostly stick with primary colors, then mix and vary the tone and intensity. Red was an important color as it symbolizes the traditional barn and the texture had to be spot on in order to get the old, faded, barn feeling.

I chose four objects to stylize that would connect the viewer to the type of setting I had in mind. The four object were: a farm truck from the 1930s, a hand written sign, a scale, and a barn.