we just finished a group of papier-mâché cacti that are currently en route to the National Stationery Show in NYC. they will be part of the display for Hello!Lucky‘s booth at the show. as you can see, we had SO much fun making them! we added tiny details like paper flowers and spikes made from painted toothpicks. each cactus has so much character.
my friend celeste of celeste noche photography stopped by to take some photos of me working on paper flowers at tillamook station for a l’oreal display by caravents and i love how they turned out! (yes i picked my shirt to match the flowers) thanks, celeste!
Brainstorming some ideas for chandeliers and remembered this one that I made in 2012 for The Cream Event in NYC by Bash, Please. I cut all of the feathers by hand from thin sheet metal.
i love these paper dresses created by burke & pryde for douglas little. the cut-outs are so unique and the dresses are flawlessly constructed.
i’ve been a fan of the studio’s work for a long time now. joanna is also featured in the great documentary “scatter my ashes at bergdorf’s.”
i just finished a design for an hermès window display and it’s being fabricated now. soon to be installed in three different stores!
image sources (clockwise from top left): Hsindai Huang, Nume Design, unknown via pinterest, unknown via pinterest
currently hard at work on a window and in-store display for house of commons in portland. the inspiration is a desert landscape…
will i ever get tired of making paper flowers?
these are the smallest i’ve made (using my cricut) and were used to create a color-blocked panel for a l’oreal display at an event yesterday by caravents. the flower colors were picked to match l’oreal lipstick shades.