Wednesday, July 24, 2013

A Few Things

Just a few updates from my Instagram roll in case you missed it. 
Necklaces (above) that I've been collaborating on with Lujac Desautel because of our shared love of geometry and patterns. We are enjoying the process and I would be happy to hear what you think :)
Little captures seem to be everywhere such as these saturated rose petals against concrete floors:
I also shared the tiles I designed for my senior project. They were screen-printed and I was happy with their strong graphic result. Cristina of The Heated was the best guide in the screen-printing process, THE BEST.
And finally, as I've mentioned before it was about time to go through old projects of mine and put them in some kind of order...so far so good! The best part is to find things you forgot you even had! Like this hand-drawn set from 4 years ago: 
Hope you enjoy.

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