This evil cat skull has two variations – one is purple and the other is in pastel tones. It is a vector illustration depicting a geometric skull of a cat with heart shaped nose hole and evil eyes. Being a cat lover myself, cats are a frequent motif in my art. One variation is darker, textured and the other is even cheerful due to the lightness of the colors. There are a variety of products with this feline skull at my stores. Here are the art prints:
This happy sun was created a long time ago. Drew it for a card for my husband (then boyfriend) when he had a work trip to Germany. I missed him very much and created this cutie, one of my first digital illustrations. It’s a happy design with warm colors associated with sunshine, summer and all those good warm days. Later I created products with it at my online stores and the first of them was at Zazzle – a kids t-shirt. Made a pattern with the smiling sun, too. You can see products with this design below.
Weird eyes iPhone cases with my freaky eye illustrations. I seem to have obsessions with drawing them. When I start sketching, most of the time an eye appears in some form. Here they are. You can buy them at all my stores. Here I present them as they are at Society6. When you click on the images, link will lead you to its product page. You can choose a different type of phone there, too.
You can also look at my evil bugs iPhone cases.
One more thing – I just switched to business account at Pinterest. Lets see if there will be any noticeable changes. I pin a lot of illustrations, art and design related stiff besides my art there.
My colorful psychedelic eye is featured at Redbubble’s Found page! Thanks Redbubble. I drew this vector illustration lead by my obsession with eyes – the weirder, the better. They just seem natural to draw for me. Whenever I start to just scribble, an eye or a leaf/flower appears. And I also love bright colors, trip art… you can tell.
I’m recently making designs for postit notes at Zazzle. They’re great fun. As this is something you write on, I decided that pastel tones will be great for most of the designs. You want to see your text, after all. Here are some of them:
This cute flame character was drawn for one of the topics of Illustration Friday. I love these warm colors so it was just natural for me to create such a happy little fire in yellow and orange. The transparencies in the flames make this image more lively and cheerful. Later I added art prints to my Redbubble and Society6 stores. Check out some of the products:
My red tulip pattern was featured by Redbubble at their Found page. It is a geometric vector illustration of abstract tulips. It also has many decorative elements like abstract leaves. Also features bright orange red colors inspired by spring. Check it out here: Continue reading Tulip Pattern featured at Redbubble