This is my mixed media illustration of Cosette from Victor Hugo’s classic, Les Misérables. It is one of my favorite books (and also my favorite musical). This piece shows her when she lived with Monsieur and Madame Thénardier, who treat her … Continue reading
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Tagged art, Characters, Child, Cosette, drawing, France, French, illustration, Lark, Les Misérables, Literature, typography, Victor Hugo
Here’s a little Valentine’s Day inspiration from Elephant Trunk Studio! “and they lived happily ever after” art print by Elephant Trunk Studio This work is a mixed media digital piece comprised of 2 different magazine collages and digitally illustrated characters in a … Continue reading
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Tagged art, collage, decor, digital, Elephant Trunk Studio, elephanttrunkstudio, girly, inspiration, love, mixed media, Romance, society6, Valentine's Day
It’s been a long time since I posted new artwork to my store on Society6 so I used the tried and true method of getting inspired, music. I created a digital collage with typography that was inspired by the lyrics of Van … Continue reading
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Tagged art, collage, decor, digital, Elephant Trunk Studio, elephanttrunkstudio, inspiration, Into the Mystic, landscape, lyrics, mixed media, music, products, society6, songs, typography, Van Morrison
I’ve resisted designing a chevron piece for a really long time. I’ve joked about it and viewed it as the new trendy design element seen all over sites like Pinterest and Wanelo (like the “put a bird on it” and “keep calm and carry on” … Continue reading
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Tagged art, chevron, collage, decor, digital, elephanttrunkstudio, girly, herringbone, iPhone, pattern, photoshop, pink, society6
Looking for a stylish way to protect your new iphone 5? Check out more of my designs at http://society6.com/ElephantTrunkStudio/cases.
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A fellow artist and friend, Catherine Holcombe, was recently told that crayons are not an appropriate art medium for adults. This inspired the community of Society6 artists to take on the challenge of making artwork using crayons and the “Crayon Bomb … Continue reading