Posts Tagged ‘My Art On Products’
Cari Slings has done it again! :) They came up with these adorable baby and toddler shoes made out of the remnants of the exclusive fabric used for their babywearing slings. And many of them have my designs on them. Yay! :) I love how talented and creative Sarah, the owner of Cari Slings, is coming up with new and fun product ideas. Can’t wait for the pictures of little feet in these tiny shoes!
Oh wait! There is one ;)
They are made of a brand new fabric I together with my Art Team artist designed for Cari Slings – Oracle from Neverending chapter, which is inspired by the scales of dragon Falcor from The NeverEnding Story movie. Love how comfy they look. I want a pair too. Not only for my little Olivia, but for myself ;)
There are little shoes made of Under The Sea fabric line in different colors, designed by me in 2014.
One of my favorite customers Cari Slings babywearing wraps company just annouced a limited edition of awesome new handmade wallets with their exclusive sling fabric. And Yay! My Under The Sea seashell fabric design is among them and in two color choices. So excited! These cute wallets are for sale for a limited time on Cari Slings accesory department over here.
Each wallet is a trifold and measures approximately 5×8″ folded. And I love the little penny tag. In Ukraine we have a superstition of never giving a wallet as a gift without any money in it too. Funny that it’s common in other countries as well :)
So excited to announce my first project for a wonderful babywearing company Cari Slings – seashell fabric design for a line of amazing babywearing slings. The owner of Cari Slings, Sarah contacted me with the request to create a unique textile artwork with a Caribbean vibe, hence the name of the company, and a laid back and fun style to remind of a relaxing, exotic vacation on the beach :) I loved the idea, especially now that I live by the ocean and the beach has become a big part or my life.
Under The Sea line of wraps has been born! Here is my little Olivia and I testing the sling for ourselves. I really like how luxurious and soft the fabric is! And that subtle shine to it is amazing!
After our little photo session Olivia inspected the wrap for herself :) Now it’s one of her favorite toys. We often use it as a roof for her little house made with two chairs and the sling over them.
This design is full of fun seashells, shells, scallops, and starfish. I was inspired by the finds from our beach walks here in Santa Barbara.
The sling is available for sale in a few different colors and fabrics on Cari Slings website.
Last Sunday Alex, little Olivia, and I all walked into Best Buy to recycle some old batteries and the first thing I saw when walking into the front door was my pattern on a phone case! It was the first time I encountered my artwork by chance at a store while shopping :)
The brand of these phone cases is Dynex and I couldn’t find my particular design online, but they were available in a couple of locations at our Goleta, California Best Buy electronics store. I am very excited to bump into my work in real life and just 3 minutes away from my home.
This is the floral pattern design that is featured on this Dynex case: Vector blue and yellow flower silhouettes seamless pattern background
Hope to see more of my artwork out there on the store shelves. I should probably go shopping more ;)
Toni used my Elephants with bouquets fabric available on my Spoonflower shop for a cute trunk and the back of this fun plush toy. Very sweet and colorful! :) I just love seeing my fabric patterns used on actual items! So inspiring!
Toni has an Etsy shop CoolTricks where she sells her handmade creations: toys, pillows, wraps and more. Thank you so much for sharing, Toni! :)
Very happy to see a photo of a napkin with my Halloween Pumpkins pattern design on the home page of Zazzle today! :) It’s especially flattering as I have just reopened my shop with my seamless repeating patterns on various products. I add new products and new designs every day.
Here is the napkin with original vector print design filled with spooky, smiling Halloween pumpkins:
Are you getting ready for Halloween?
Another wonderful use of my vector image that I found on Google Images search! These are a set of wedding invitations: invites, envelopes and RSVP cards designed by talented graphic designer Lindsay Johnson of San Diego, California using my little peacock feather vector element. She even made a seamless pattern out of my feather to go on the inside of the envelope and as a border on RSVP. Very nice!
I hope Bride and Groom had a wonderful wedding day! :)
And here is my vector feather for sale on my iStockphoto portfolio:
Hope you are all having a great week!
I was really glad to find out that my Happy Tooth character I drew back in 2009 is now smiling from the packaging of Zubastik – medical dental gel and spray for dogs and cats. It is a Russian product made by Api-San. Do any of you use it for your pet’s teeth? I would love to see it on the shelf of a pet shop…
Photos taken from this forum.
My Happy Tooth character is a part of a whole series of vector illustrations I created for my microstock portfolio a while back. It is very cool to see my work in action!