Tada! These iPhone cases on Society6 are my most recent creation . They also are available as iphone & ipod skins. I’ve been busting my hump making all sorts of patterned goodies, so stayed tuned for more stuff including textiles!
This Sunday I held a craft meet up at my house. We made terrariums of every shape and size. In honor of the event, I made these 5×7 illustrated prints. You can get them here. Stay tuned, a DIY terrarium post is in the works.
• 5″x7″ sized print
• printed on 210g archival soft white cover stock
• packaged in a cello sleeve
If you’d like a larger size of this print, please contact me and request a custom order.
Wanderlust cards, set of 4 from Satchel & Sage.
This fun greeting card set evolved from one of my hand-drawn illustrated patterns.
• 4 folded cards (3.5″ x 5″) , 4 envelopes (4.25″x 5.75″)
• blank inside for personal message
• printed on 210g archival white cover stock
• each card is hand cut, hand scored and hand trimmed
• packaged in a cello sleeve
Check here for more detail.
1. ASOS 2. VOZ 3. Evrt Studio
Gerren designed these Venn’s a few month ago, they were originally done in black ink on tea dyed paper. I am excited to announce that the Venn by Pen illustrated series is now available in color! Check them out on our etsy shop Satchel & Sage.
New items available on our etsy shop- Satchel & Sage. I made these prints with the colorful feather I illustrated for the Fellow Creatives logo.
Prints are 8.5×11 archival paper, single feather 5×7 prints are also available .
Here are two new illustrations I recently finished, done in black ink and white paint on tea dyed, water colored paper.
Clipboards and clothespins and pant hangers, Oh My! These are just some of the many clever and unconventional ways to showcase art in your home. So think twice before discarding that stray pant hanger or clothespin.
1. Smile and Wave 2. Gennine’s Art Blog 3. Apartment Therapy 4. Ladies and Gentlemen Studio
YAY, thanks to the wonder of pinterest, I am able to catalog some of my favorite design trends. One of which is the use of geometric shapes in illustration and product design. Geometric design has the neat characteristic of appearing simultaneously modern and vintage, structured and free form. Here are some of my favorite examples of this below.
Top: Louis Reith, Daddy Studio, Crystal Jackson
Bottom: Bend Seating, Anthropologie, Tamasyn Gambell, Clara von Zweigbergk, Marco Cibola
Geometrical shapes are often used in children’s toy design and are some of the first images many of us learn to draw. This may be why I find geometric designs so familiar and inviting when I see them used in print and illustration. Want to check out the rest of my geometrical faves on Pinterest? Click below
See my pins on pinterest
Here are some printable Valentines that I made just for you! I didn’t want to use the typical color palette of pink and red, so I mixed it up a little and used pink, orange, and chartreuse. Update: They were featured on How About Orange!
They print 4 to a sheet and you can get them here: Download the Print-Ready PDF Happy Valentines!
Check out Creative Market for other great printable Valentine’s!
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