i’m thrilled to announce that the pillows that i made in collaboration with brian gennett are now for sale at harbinger in west hollywood. they’re made using an unusual fabric dyeing process involving shaving cream! they’re really fun to make and the results are very organic and interesting. the first pair is my favorite because the patterning looks so rock-like.
we will be making more to sell online soon!
this was a fun smilebooth project for a wedding in chicago… an ombré photobooth backdrop and oversized gem props for people to pose with!
i began this project by making tiny paper gem prototypes. i then enlarged the patterns and made the final structures from chip board with bristol board faces that we spray-painted blush and gold. the backdrop was made from strips of cotton fabric that we hand-dyed in varying shades of turquoise and then cut in a large fringe. see the backdrop in action here!
bramble workshop recently created hand-painted fern tablecloths for a wedding by the amazing floral designer kate holt of flowerwild! i love kate’s work and was thrilled to make these textiles for her. the designs were her idea and it was exciting to work with someone with such a unique, inspired artistic vision.