Some version of what I’m wearing out to Saturday lunch with the family. Happy Easter all!
My three favorite cities, represented by pretty timepieces. As a wishful traveler I quite like this – probably because it makes me feel as though I’ve just stepped off the plane and my watch is still on London time. If I ever become an international traveler (highly unlikely, but let’s not rule it out) I might just have to have a color-coded watch system.
In any case, this sketch makes a pretty fun print, and I’ve created some custom products!
And of course an art print:
I’m really liking this sketch, can you tell? ;)
Erin contacted me to create this friendship portrait as a going away gift for her best friend. Isn’t that sweet? I think so. These two make such a colorful fun pair, perfect for an illustration. If you’d like a friendship portrait, contact me here!
There’s something I love about retro travel style. Infinitely more elegant than the (admittedly cozy but face-enveloping) oversized scarves that we gravitate towards today are the printed silk scarves, structured luggage, trusty trench coats and demure flats of yesteryear. If there’s anything I’d be willing to wear straight out of a fifties movie set, it’s this vintage ensemble. Prints available here.
Trying new paints and papers, and loving this springy gal. Breathe some new life into your wall art collection – get a print here!
To go with your Saturday morning HGTV marathon. (I know you’ve done it.) I blog and draw for Jacobson Interiors.
A good balloon sleeve is something I will always love. One of the first magazines I ever bought featured a Tory Burch navy silk blouse with a balloon sleeve. I’d never seen such a gorgeous sleeve on a blouse, and I’ve been partial to them ever since. Prints available here.