I came across this fantastic tool on the Dutch houseplant website Plantsome. It helps you find exactly what you’re looking for. First, you answer questions like: where in your home do you want to place the plant? Does this spot receive a lot or just a bit of sunlight? Do you have pets? How big would you like your plant to be? Then, a few options are generated. Easy-peasy!Continue reading “So you need some (more) art in your house… Where to begin..?”
5 fun variations to ordinary meditation
Have you ever been there? You know that meditation is a proven way to calm your mind and find inner peace. But every time you try to sit down and meditate, you’re overwhelmed by a feeling of utter boredom. How can you meditate without falling into this trap of dullness? Fear not, I am here to give you 5 fun ways to meditate!Continue reading “5 fun variations to ordinary meditation”
Surface Design: sneak peak of the jungle
I am momentarily working on several different surface design collections. One of them stars zebras! Zebras combine very well with loads of colours. It is very challenging for me me to not go overboard: I adore colours!
Steep learning curve
I am learning a lot designing this way. There is so much to consider! How to get beautifully fitted repeat patterns, so that you don’t end up with half a tail of a zebra on your wallpaper or bedding with a head attached to it (yikes!)
Once my patters are ready to go – and I am not making any promises as to when I can have this done 😳 – they will be available via POD* websites. This way you can have them printed on your mobile case, throw pillow and what-not!
*POD: print on demand. There are a few very popular sites which offer this, among them is Society6.
Cute Cars: tiny classic cars on fine art paper
Cute Cars are a selection of all Limited Edition cars. Together with the cars from each Limited Edition they complete the Limited Edition: all the cars together (the canvas prints plus the Cute Cars) add up to 24 copies. Each one of the canvas prints has personalised details, therefore every artwork is different, rendering the canvas prints unique.Continue reading “Cute Cars: tiny classic cars on fine art paper”
Fine art prints: everything you always wanted to know
A giclée, what is it?
The name comes from the French ‘gicler’, which means ‘flow’ or ‘splash’. During this process the rays of ink continuously hit the paper. The printer I use has 12 colours of ink – it can handle literally any tint! And if that wasn’t impressive enough, the colours keep their strenght and depth up to 100 years.Continue reading “Fine art prints: everything you always wanted to know”