Diana Beltran Herrera is a Colombian designer and artist who, simply put, does INSANE things with paper. not only is her work technically amazing; but the pieces that she creates are beautiful to behold. Diana has a university degree in industrial design, and has been pursuing an interest in paper sculpture since graduating.
birds have gotten a bad rap these past few years, appearing in a cutesy manner on anything and everything from ceramics to dish towels to tote bags (put a bird on it!) at one point i found myself saying, “if i see one more bird…” but Australian designer and illustrator Pete Cromer has made me appreciate our feathered friends once again with his Aussie bird prints. i also love his other prints like this whale head and happy cogs. all available at his online shop.
i designed a simple wedding invite for a close friend who is getting hitched later this year. the end product is actually different colours (plum and navy blue to match her wedding theme) & printed on brown paper. i’m quite partial to the green / blue / yellow combo. the only prerequisite for the design was that she wanted birds and nothing formal & stuffy. it’s pretty long, but folds down to fit into a standard envelope.
John (勇士丸) is elder brother, Fish (小魚) is young sister – and they take photos of birds!
not much bloggin today as things are a wee bit busy my side, but i had to share these budgies i found on flickr – they made me laugh out loud (hope they do the same for you). drawn by pewtie
The Flora Fauna collection is a cataloguing of the design identities of plants & animals from around the world. Examining the visual character differences & similarities of species. A field guide of discovery, beginning w/ birds.
lauren alane makes these
Ninainvorm – redecorated plates & other ceramics