Sharing more of the art I licensed for use on Wayfair.com–everything from wall art and throws, to pillows and shower curtains.
My art was recently selected for a really fun public sculpture project at Bloomingdales. Over the next few weeks I will be painting, constructing and papier mache-ing an enormous 6 foot shoe which will ultimately sit on the sales floor of the Short Hills Bloomingdales shoe department! I am attaching a photo of my design process-including the sketches I submitted for the project. Guess which one they chose?
Reception details to come. :)
Been switching gears between children's books and licensing lately. I've been designing a lot of dish collections lately. This one is very colorful and is intended for melamine & outdoor dining. I am going to build on these designs but this is a preliminary. Now to find the right manufacturer...
Several years ago, as I was heading home from the beach, I passed what was clearly an old Woolworth storefront. It had the telltale red front with art deco touches at the edges-as well as the enormous plate glass windows lining the entire front. I vaguely remembered that it had been turned into some sort of antique mall.
This week, it popped into my head and since i was already down in Spring Lake, I sought out to find it. It resides in Point Pleasant and is practically untouched. Still has the W monogram on the entry tiles and those endlessly long fluorescent bulbs hanging from the tin ceilings. What a great space! It was also fun to poke around in the store to see products that were probably sold as "new" from that era. So fun!