With moving out of the big smoke, I am in my car a lot. Like, all the time. So when I was thinking of effective ways to market my business, Oh Gosh, so I could work with local clients, branding up my vehicle seemed like
Yesterday, I went for a visit to the Homeshow, one of my favourite shows to check out and something I highly look forward to. With building my own house this year as well, it was even more relevant and I could not wait to totter
I love these iridescent hues, the purple tones with the navy and pale yellow work really nicely together. I'm including more of these shades of blue in my design work I'm finding. What do you think?
If you like the look of these swatches, you can
Seeing as it's nearly the beginning of Spring (yes!!) I recently gave my hard drive a spring clean; I tidied my desktop, organised files (even the misc. one *shudder*) and I updated my desktop.
So, I thought I would put together a sweet as little round
At the start of the month, 2nd and 3rd of May, Semi-Permanent was back in Auckland. The design conference has now been running for 10 years (or ten yeah's if you caught their branding). It's always an event that I really look forward to; I
I love this photography by Lola Guerrera, she has a whole series of these amazing coloured smoke images and they are just gorgeous. I've created another colour swatch that I've used in my own projects, and which you can download for free, right here.
Last night I was lucky enough to be invited to one of the years most anticipated art exhibition openings; Askew One, Smoke Signals. His first solo show in five years (see, anticipated, not even exaggerating). The style of his new work is actually incredible when you