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Lilly-Ulah

Lilly-Ulah

aquarelle + ink  zentangle art ocean | warmth and movement and tranquility. i want someone to be able to sit and look at this with me, and dream about the places we could go in this ocean, to see the sunrise.

to be able to sit and look at this and dream about the places we could go in this ocean, to see the sunrise.

Cobalt blue has been sneaking up on me for about a year now. My love of navy blue seems to have won the blue battle, but cobalt is doing a pretty good job of holding down second place

"Brush" in Indigo, from Christian Lacroix collection at Designers Guild

red, a Japanese pattern from the book "Traditional Japanese Patterns (Nagajyuban)" in the Kimono Pattern Book series. Available from Gomineko Books

The Importance of the Obvious by Matthias Borowski - News - Frameweb

The Importance of the Obvious by Matthias Borowski

The Importance of the Obvious by Matthias Borowski - News - Frameweb

chevron art - easily a DIY project too. Paint then use a water bottle to squirt where you want the paint to run.

Sonia Delaunay, initially a canvas artist, later applied her aesthetic theories to textiles, clothing and interior design.  In 1964 she became the first living female artist to be given a retrospective at the Louvre in Paris.

Sonia Delaunay, initially a canvas artist, later applied her aesthetic theories to textiles, clothing and interior design. In she became the first living female artist to be given a retrospective at the Louvre in Paris.

50's fabric design by woolly  fabulous, via Flickr

Vintage inspired retro modern graphic design pattern unique shape with triangles and circles. Colorful pattern on grey gray and gold

Spotlight On: Penny Ashford

Meet the Photographer: Penny Ashford

Fashion’s Mood Board: 183 Designer Inspirations for Spring 2014 - The Cut

Avatar: The Four Elements by carouselights.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Long ago, the four nations existed in harmony, but everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked. Avatar: The Four Elements

tjunkaya tapaya

tjunkaya tapaya

Pitjantjatjara people, South Australia by Renita Stanley 1962; textile

Pitjantjatjara people, South Australia by Renita Stanley textile

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