It’s always nice to see how my customers display my products in their home. When Kana showed me photos of her adorable daughter standing next to the paper bunnies, I couldn’t resist sharing them with you! How cute!!! Look at her precious face! And outfit! This makes me even more impatient to have my baby girl!
Want a bunny for your home too? Shop here!
I finally found a nice way to protect my paper ladies. At first I thought having them behind a glass would hide them because of the reflection but I found those shadow boxes that I think work really great. I love that they are white because it make the inside pop more and it looks really nice on the wall. I’ve been selling high quality prints of my illustrations on my shop but it’s always better to buy an original pice right? especially if it is three-dimensional.
So I will be selling some of these in my shop soon and I also accept custom order! If you want a portrait of your family, of your house and bike… anything! Just ask me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’d be happy to discuss the project with you.
Here is april/may according to my instagram! Follow me!
1/ My desk, working on a three dimensional poster comission.
2/ Enjoying baby shopping a lot! These are Blabla booties.
3/ My 22 weeks baby bump at Coachella!
4/ Working on neon paper bunnies orders!
5/ Decorating my baby nursery and my cat enjoying a little too much the rug! (the crib too!)
6/ Photographed in my studio for a featured on Evite Postmark who I’ve been working with this last month.
7/ Golden gate bridge detail of a poster commission.
8/ My paper ladies finally in shadow boxes!
9/ My 26 weeks baby bump! Happy!
10/ Sneak peak at my work for Evite Postmark: 4 illustrated cards coming soon! Can’t wait to share them with you.
I just discovered Alicia’s work a few hours ago while shopping on Fillmore st. in San Francisco. Some of her bright and colorful pieces are exhibited at Erica Tanov (one of my favorite shops in the city). You can see why I love her work, we both share the same love for colors! It is so delicate, poetic and decorative. I wish I could offer myself a piece to decorate my apartment! I am so into weaving lately, if you remember I wrote a little post about the artist Brook&Lyn a few months ago. She does weaving too. I need to find some classes, I really really want to learn this technique!
Here is one of the many clients illustrations I’ve been working on lately. Pèlerin is a french magazine. I had a lot of fun working on this illustration, especially on all the details like croissant, coffee cup, bags, files… I hope you enjoy it!
To celebrate mother’s day, I offer a 20% discount on all the paper bunnies in my shop through May 12th!
And remember that I do custom orders, so if you see a model that you like, but you want different colors feel free to contact me at email@example.com and I’d be happy to make it for you!
About a month ago I went to an indigo dying workshop with Lookout and Wonderland. My friend Sophie and I enjoyed it so much that we wanted to do it again at home with a pink dye this time.
Last sunday was so sunny, we did it in my backyard and my friend Sandra was of the party too! This was really fun and a great way to spend a sunday afternoon with friends.
Each season I like to redecorate my bedroom, something neutral and cozy for fall/winter and something more colorful for spring/summer. Bye bye my black tree cushion and brown furry blanket, see you next winter!
I decided to make pillow cases and I really like the result! I’ll show you in a next post my summer bedroom! I also dyed a piece of fabric that I will use for a scarf or a baby blanket maybe…
We just needed our white fabrics/clothes, some rubber bands and beads and we used the petal pink dye, it is a very easy process!
Here are some photos of our creative and sunny afternoon!
I am back in San Francisco after a “5 days weekend” in Indio for Coachella music festival. It was my fourth time this year (lucky me, I know) and I wanted to take advantage of this one day before and one day after the festival to see more of Palm Springs and the surroundings. So here is my first post about this amazing weekend, starting with the Salvation Mountain!
You know how much I love colors, so when about 10 years ago, still living in France, I watched a documentary on TV about this place, I was so intrigued and I’ve been dreaming about going since then. You might have seen it in the beautiful movie Into the Wild.
Here I am, 10 years later, on a crazy windy day, finally visiting the Salvation Mountain, lost in the middle of nowhere after an hour and half drive from Palm Spring. No Emile Hirsch on my sight but still, I am fascinated by this colorful art installation/mural, created in 1984 by local resident Leonard Knight.
And the best one for the end….
Merci LP Riel for this fantastic appearance!
It is nice to be featured in the british magazine Cellardoor this month, you can read the interview here!
I wanted for so long to try my hands at tie & dye at home. So when my friend stylist Lisa told me about this indigo dye workshop by Niki Livingston of Lookout and Wonderland, I signed up right away! Plus, it took place at the General Store’s cute little backyard, one of my favorite spot in SF.
All the cool tools that create the patterns: rubber bands, chopsticks, beads and clothes pins!
I can’t wait to dress my baby girl with the little body I dyed for her. I hope she’ll like it! I already imagine her wearing it with a pair of adorable fringed moccasins like these or these!
And below is the scarf I made for me!
Such a nice way to spend a saturday afternoon! It was so inspiring and fun and it really made me want to go to more workshops and do this again at home!
And here is a little video of Niki talking about her art:
Check out her beautiful pieces here!