Quirky, one-of-a-kind and grand, these unique animals inspired my brand.
Is it just me or do you love Zebras too?
I just love their design and their monochrome hue.
Striking – made up of both geometric and linear shapes, they’re unique by design juxtaposed against an African landscape.
There’s something about Zebras.
Just ask a horse.
They wish they had half a Zebras Jedi-force.
Have a very Merry Christmas
I wish you all a very happy and safe festive season filled with love, laughter and Christmas cheer. May this holiday season sparkle and shine, may all of your wishes and dreams come true, and may you feel this happiness all year round.
I don’t know why but I am so in love with these beautiful, feminine, handmade lace dream catchers!
If you have never seen these before, I first saw these at a market in country Victoria (I frequent markets these days, thanks to my wonderful Mother In-Law!) and they are so beautiful and each so different from the last. Plus I love feathers! Did I mention some have feathers?
These are absolutely stunning for weddings; delicate and feminine but also very fashionable right now. I have never liked doilies and this is such a fantastic way to reinvent an old ladies doilie collection.
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Most of us don’t really put much weight on typography because we don’t use it other than typing up a letter or such right? But for Graphic Designers typography has a vital role to play in social evolution which informs design trends and delivers messages to readers.
Proof of this can be seen in primitive man communicating through cave drawings: as social animals, the human race has been writing to communicate since before we can even imagine. Where primitive man may not have understood the importance of typography, they did understand the importance of communication and preservation of their history (their legacy).
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