I am so excited to finally share the Too-Faced campaign I had the pleasure to work on a few months ago. It is for their new collection called Life’s a Festival. So much fun to create all the candy colored paper pieces for this music festival scene: ferris wheel, cotton candy, pool, little trailer…making palm trees out of their rainbow brushes!
Photography By Stephanie Gonot.
New portrait for my friends Bartolomé and Charlotte. I work on commissions when I am not too busy with other clients jobs, feel free to email me if you are interested in a custom portrait at firstname.lastname@example.org
I had fun making paper props for Janie & Jack 2018 Spring collection lookbook. From the paper dresses, flower pots, flower wall…we made hundreds of flowers of different sizes and style and I had the pleasure to work on set with the talented and well-known photographer Anna Palma!
It is finally in the shop! Black and white cat, inspired by our cat Maggie. With an orange foiled nose and orange backdrop, get ready for Halloween!
My family and I moved to Los Angeles 4 months ago today!
LA is my new playground! I am excited for all it has to offer including the blue sky and the palm trees, the surf and the beach, the outdoor cinema and the ice creams, the fun job opportunities, meeting new people…
I made this fun little animation in collaboration with photographer Stephanie Gonot.
I am now represented by Workgroup LTD and available for collaborations!
Need some paper props for a shoot, a fun display for your store or event, a stop-motion for your new product, an illustration for your story?
Email me at email@example.com and let’s have fun together!
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Here is the first job I worked on since moving to LA after our 6 months break in Mexico. I had so much fun working on the styling of these images for Coolhaus with my paper props! Photography by Stephanie Gonot and food styling by Caroline K. Hwang.
The story behind the name:
Cara Mia Lehrer – two snickerdoodle cookies with salted caramel ice cream. Like our sammie, Mia Lehrer is incredible. She is a Salvadorian-American landscape architect who worked on both the Silver Lake Reservoir and the Annenberg Community Beach House in Santa Monica, among many more.
The story behind the name:
Frank Berry – two snickerdoodle cookies with strawberry ice cream. Named after Los Angeles based, Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry. Gehry has created some truly unique pieces in LA and around. His works can best be described as funky – like the Walt Disney Concert Hall in LA!
Happy Monday! What a beautiful surprise to receive this beautiful magazine spread in my inbox this morning!
While scrolling down Allyson Rousseau Instagram feed the other day to see her beautiful weaving work, I came across this adorable children’s room by Pea les Maisons and saw my paper flamingo on the wall. It was a cool surprise as I wasn’t expecting it! I follow the work of many talented artists on Instagram and it’s always super fun to see my products next to theirs on the walls of beautiful homes. I emailed Péa (what a beautiful name! makes me want to have another baby to name her Péa!) and she agreed to share more photos with us. Enjoy!
(Photos by Hélène Simard)
Péa also used the flamingo as a decor for a 3rd birthday party!