Seamless pattern design inspired by one of my favorite flowers. Handrawn with ink and vectorized. The perfect touch for living room accesories, bedding or kitchen ware.
Abstract pattern design made with watercolor. Inspired on bugambilias, this plant reminds me so much of my childhood. I am particularly obsessed with the gorgeous orange-pink shade.
Loved that the final result has a modern look to it. I believe it would look great in so many places. Hope you do too.
Rainy days are perfect for staying in the studio exploring all kinds of textures. This one was created by rolling a big round brush with watercolor over paper. Loved the double color shades. I think the final pattern looks sweet on fabric or a wallpaper.
Wouldn't mind to have this orange pattern as my iphone case.
Will do a blog post later on the process of this one, It started by literally stamping real oranges with ink over paper, I draw other ones with watercolor and used some salt for the texture. Stay tuned for the details.
Fun abstract pattern made by playing with watercolors.
This one would also be fun to see on gift wrapping paper or clothes.
Wouldn't it be nice to see this pattern on a rug? I had a lot of fun exploring with mark making. I used ink and markers to create all kinds of interesting shapes.
Turns out I can also do the sophisticated style patterns. This one was illustrated with watercolor. I might be uploading a white and red version later, more on the nautical approach, but for now I wanted to see how a gold finish would look, and I kinda love it.
This sea urchin pattern turned out after exploring with with ink and water.