Naomi Vona Art – Website Improvements Update

I am working on making the shop a little bit easier to navigate, so every feedback on this will be more than welcome. 

I have added the filters as an option, so you can select prints or originals based on size, colour, price and so on.

There is still some work do to, not every filter will work properly, but please bear with me! I promise it will get better soon 🙂 

Check the website clicking here.

Inspired – Kate Cuthbert

Looking at her collages, I was not surprised that the Australian artist Kate Cuthbert has a design background.

Her aesthetic is colourful, minimal and very glamourous. I truly love how she can express herself using a few geometric elements, it’s truly remarkable!

This is how Kate describes her creative process:

I work with primarily paper and love both modern and vintage materials… I cut with both scissors and an X-acto knife depending on the image and the paper quality.

You can also find her on Instagram, Red Bubble and Saatchi Art.

Ýrúrarí – Sustainable Art

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The Icelandic textile artist Ýr Jóhannsdóttir (better known as Ýrúrarí), gives a second chance and life to “forgotten sweaters” in the most creative way.

She creates colourful wearable art, soft sculptures with a story to tell. Her research is also a statement against consumption and the will to educate through art in reusing and recycling old stuff.

This is how she describes her creative research:

Her work is mostly knitted, where fragments of humor, body movements and the everyday meets in wool based, often wearable, objects. For the past years the importance of sustainability has had an impact to Ýrúrarí’s work.

In her latest projects “Sweater sauce”, “I would not do something like that” and Sleik-zine Ýrúrarí raises questions on our absurd consumption habits of textiles and tries out new ways of making unwanted clothes last longer as a one of a kind art- and design pieces.

Abstract Pattern Design Class

Another one is out!

After the release of the recorded class From Fashion Ad To Protest, I thought to enrich the options with a new one – Abstract Pattern Design.

As the previous one, you can see the presentation preview on the video above and if you like it, you can download the complete version clicking here (you will receive a link by email after you make your order).

Enjoy!

Caroline Liu Art

I am blown away the by colourful art world the the American artist Caroline Liu. She is a multi talented artist, her works includes paintings, soft sculptures, murals and installations.

The best part is that each piece can be seen together and still have sense, I would love to see live an immersive exhibition with all her stuff, it looks like a dream!

You can also find her official website here.

Amy Hastings Illustrations

I love how the UK designer Amy Hastings can transform and give a unique style to each object she touches.

From vintage porcelain ornaments, to bags, shoes and more. Her illustrations have a beautiful and peculiar colour palette, that makes each work so pleasant to the eyes. Along with classic works on paper, she also makes stunning handmade cushions and rugs, such a talent!

You can find her on Instagram and Etsy.