Everybody has a secret to hide under blocks of colors: should you reveal it or not?
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Pen doodle & Adobe Illustrator
Repetitive drops of time passing by… with goods and bads. Life is sometimes more colorful, other times more splashy – but we always need to embrace it, as it is definitively beautiful.
It makes sense for this to open my store on Society6, like a new drop of time in my life 🙂 If you’d like to visit it, you can find me here!
Drops of time – abstract illustrations
It’s always intriguing to find a new meaning to the everyday things and it’s also an act of rebellion to play with food to achieve this feeling.
I took a photo of a salad fruit and instead of posting it on Instagram, it was uploaded in Illustrator where I scaled down the image at different sizes and made a pattern. I changed the colours to make it pop, created lots of colourful backgrounds (here is the restricted version of me :|) and put together the GIF in Photoshop.
Rebel yourself, play with food!
Do not play with food! Illustration
Already thinking of other tasteful stuff to create flying flowers with… any idea? 😀
Gone with the Wind is a must see and there are a lot of nice quotes to choose from so it was a hard choice this one. I hope that I was able to combine Clark Gable’s masculinity with a bit of mystery that should conjure a kiss.
3/30 Picture Quote challenge – Quote from Gone with the Wind
I stumbled on this quote that seems to be one of the rules defined by the artist and educator Sister Corita Kent for the art students engaged in creative processes. I instantly liked it and thought of ways of experimenting with it 🙂
My intent was to create a dynamic composition with brightly coloured geometric shapes that point to different directions in order to add movement. The shapes are slightly arranged in order to give a sense of the message, but I think that the multitude of colours and the different shapes convey a sort of haphazard display that I associate with the experimentation phase.
2/30 Picture Quote challenge – Quote by Sister Corita Kent
Graphic design is made up of images and words, so I give myself the challenge to create picture quotes for 30 days.
1/30 Picture Quote challenge – Quote by Carlos Castaneda
I love playing with geometric shapes, so I was excited by this puzzle exercise called tangram. Here is my interpretation, please share yours!
Tangram. Illustrator. 17/28toMake
CreativeLive exercise + Valentine’s day = 2-in-1! Have a LOVEly day!
Photo Doodles in Love. Photoshop & Illustrator. 11/28toMake
Warning! This is not pretty, nor anything you would like to see I imagine, but in my defense, I did not look at the paper while “drawing” and did not release the pen from the paper until I was done. How is it called? Blind contour self-portrait. Give it a try! Big chances that it won’t look nice, but it’s really fun to have no clue what you’re doing until the end of it! (At second thought, we would be able to promote this as cubism, wouldn’t we?)
Selfies. Black Triplus Fineliner. 10/28toMake