Category: The Artist’s Process
Images from Godiva website.
The packaging is stunning and captures the playful wit and colorful palette of Sarajo’s work. As part of this project, Godiva flew Sarajo over to Japan to meet with the Godiva team and speak at the unveiling of this special collection. What an amazing experience!
photos by Sarajo
Sarajo captured this journey to Japan through a series of beautiful photographs and we’ll be sharing all of those with you this Tuesday, Feb. 7th on Lilla’s Instagram Feed @lillarogers. Be sure to follow along in the fun and see how this wonderful collection came to be. And while you’re at it, go ahead and buy some of these yummy chocolates for yourself or a loved one this Valentine’s Day.
The Studio Ladies
Kate Mason ambushes Lilla Rogers’ Instagram account @Lillarogers. Kate lives in Australia and is a busy mother of 5! Kate won the Global Talent Search in October 2015. It has been a life changing event for her.
Hi Lilla & team!
Yay for pattern! I’m so excited to share the new ‘Colour + Pattern’ book by Khristian A Howell, which features an amazing 6-page spread of my work & visually shows my process from drawing to pattern to design on a product!
This is such a useful resource for any aspiring or established surface pattern designer. Take a peek at some of the gorgeous pages below!
The recent drowning of the Syrian toddler, Aylan, along with his mother and brother near the Turkish coast have deeply touched me. Both as a human and as a father, I felt moved to create this piece of artwork. I cried while making it and it is called “Aylan’s Dream”.
Hi Lilla and the studio ladies,
I recently was on the Flow Magazine blog! They made a cute animation of my fruit tutorial and did a little interview with me. :)
You can read the interview here: http://www.flowmagazine.com/things-we-do/tutorial-flora-waycott.html and watch below for the animation.
Have a lovely week!
She left us with a few points that summarize her advice on how to answer a creative brief:
1. Try to limit your research time and look in other places than online.
2. Ask the client lots of questions – don’t be afraid! They are usually so nice and helpful!
3. Don’t send your work until you are 100% happy with it – do your best work each time!
4. Social media – instagram, pinterest, blog…..clients will find you!
Flora shared with us a little bit about her creative process as well…
She always starts a piece in pencil on paper.
Sketches on paper.
The finished piece is gorgeous for Madison Park Greetings.
So excited to announce that the talented Philippa Stanton will be speaking in addition to Lilla at Make Art That Sells: The Global Art Gathering on June 12th in Brighton. Philippa is a UK based fine artist and mobile photographer. She creates still life photographic compositions using simple, everyday objects; often a cup of tea or coffee, with flowers and plants, which is then contained within a quiet sense of season on her table. Her compositions are hugely popular on Instagram, where she has over 420 thousand loyal followers.
To read the full interview with Philippa; check it out at our Make Art That Sells site. She talks about her art, synaesthesia, her inspiration and why Instagram is a great way for artists to gain visibility. All images are courtesy of Philippa Stanton.
Her work is simply stunning!
Hi Lilla and the Studio Ladies!
So last Tuesday I made a promise to Lilla that I would make a little video. It all started with a much needed Skype chat with Lilla. I was needing a creative boost and some guidance on what kind of personal projects to work on. I shared some cut paper characters with her that I had been doing for fun. I really enjoyed working on them because I got to use gouache, paper and colored pencil all at once. A messy process I quite like. Then I would cut them out from the background and they became these little puppets in a way. The process brings me back to being a little kid. Lilla and I were having a lot of fun playing and chatting about my cut paper pals. So much fun in fact, that she suggested I should make a video of them. She told me to make two. One I really liked and one that was totally different than the other. YIKES….So here we are. I decided to focus on one character for the video I REALLY wanted to do. The other video is me just showing the different characters. The goal for this video was to “try’ to get used to being in front of the camera and talking about my process. The kicker!? Both had to be under a minute. This was really hard. I managed to keep one under a minute but the demonstrative/process one was just too hard. Timing issues aside, this was such a fun project and I actually can’t wait to make more!!! It got me out of my head and usual comfort zone and forced me to think out of the box a bit. Thanks Lilla!!!
Below is the video demonstrating my process…
ps: For more about my work check me out here: www.sarahwalshmakesthings.com