Loving some grays with pink these days. When I was in 6th grade, one of the first outfits I bought for myself with my very own money was a pair of pink pants with a gray and pink v-neck sweater. I think it was even argyle. A classic color combo for circa 1985 and now! #pinkandgray#pink#classic
It's time to break out the champagne y'all! Passenger'ing for most of the 1,200 mile drive back from Canada was just the nudge I needed to follow through on a threat/promise I've been making for awhile...my #Etsy tie dye and indigo shop is now live! Shop link is in my Bio! New inventory will be added weekly and special requests/custom orders are welcome anytime. Special thanks to my biggest supporter, promoter, and model who pretty much sold the shirts off his back the whole trip. #tiedye#indigo#tiedyeforall#colortherapy#colortheworld#jacquardproducts#artist#creativeprocess
Yep, another J. R. R. Tolkien quote. This one happens to be on some original artwork.
In the last two weeks my brain has been begging me to make stuff. So that's what I've been doing.
PS. Totally spell his name wrong! My last name is 'ei' so I think I automatically defaulted to that. 🤔
Getting some stuff together so I can become a tattoo artist . Drew my own picture of what I wanted my tattoo to be like , next step is actually tattooing . DM me if you would like for me to get some good sketches / a full drawn image of a future tattoo . .
#strivingforgreatness , #tattoos , #creativelife , #creativeprocess , #working
Exploring the F/W 2017 collections with @therealadamsays of @oprahmagazine at #nynow was the high point of this visit. Any opportunity to learn how to shift my consumer facing POV from another lifestyle and design expert is humbling, exciting and challenging. What makes a great product I asked him. His response, "God is in the details - It's what Oprah believes and what we apply to anything we feature in the magazine. Utility, packaging, the little things. Nothing should be spared and/or not considered." #design#creativity#creativeprocess#marketing#quotestoliveby#leadership
Progress. I'm liking the way she's going. Stopping tonight so I don't overwork her, going to start again tomorrow with fresh eyes. I'm trying to learn to walk away rather than keep going and getting frustrated and then taking twice as long because of mistakes.
I've used a gorgeous pmp-art.com photo by Alex Lee Johnson as reference. .
This beautiful pic is from a commercial shoot for @onevillageshop , taking full advantage of the natural light in the studio at @lepetitstudioblanc_au. If you’d like to book a light and bright space for your next photoshoot contact us now! 🌸 This shoot was styled and created by @yumiwp and photographed by @ameliasoegijonophoto 🌸
ask better questions. stretch often. order the cheesecake. sit and listen. read more pages. inquire "why". run an extra mile. plan an adventure. drink more water. shut off technology. give the benefit of the doubt. go barefoot. slow down. breathe deeper. buy yet another book. relax. give grace and space. // weekend practices
New Tee design in the works for the @freedomrise Fall Collection! Somehow I always leave the designing to the last minute and then an entire collection will come out in a week. Weird how inspiration works 😂🤷♀️
So into violets lately 💜 Sent out my latest wallpaper earlier this evening. If you missed it, sign up at juliabadow.space/art (👉link in bio) to get next months for sure! What are you waiting for? Sign up now!
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