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Sketch of the day no 1231 in my moleskine sketchbook: pattern.

Dance like nobody’s looking

Dance like nobody’s looking.
Sketch of the day in my moleskine sketchbook is of a zig zag pattern.

Sketch of the day no 505 in my art journal: fun retro pattern #tgif


Sketch of the day in my art journal is a fun retro pattern with diamonds and heart shapes. I think it could be used as a textile print.  I found inspiration from a vintage 60s dress that I like.
Weekend question. Something to think about. What do you think I could do with my designs?

sketch of the day no 456 in my moleskine art journal. Make today beautiful. Happy Monday xoxo

make today beautiful positive quote
make today beautiful positive quote

It’s Monday, the beginning of a new week and the final month of the year. Make today count and Make today beautiful.

Happy Monday xoxo

#Sketch of the day no 443 in my moleskine art journal: Kitsch is cool ;p

red fruits are kitsch
red fruits are kitsch

Sketch of the day in my moleskine art journal are red fruits. Berries, cranberries and watermelon. I love my daily dose of fruits and juices, it’s part of my vegetarian lifestyle. I’ve created a little mix pattern here. I’m loving my set of sharpie pens to add colour to my drawings. I don’t know how I can live without them now! I love colour and happy art that makes me smile!

I guess I’m just a kitschy sort of girl ;p


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Sketch of the day no 199: Islamic influence geometric pattern

Islamic influence geometric pattern
Islamic influence geometric pattern

This is my attempt of recreating a geometric pattern I love so much as seen on a lot of Islamic design. I haven’t followed their precise rules but rules are meant to be broken.

In Islamic design, patterns are made up of mathematically precise grids that are based on circles, squares and triangles.  I do also love the curvier, organic arabesque art.  It is historically interesting to learn how each culture has a different view of how art is represented. In Islam, images were not encouraged. For that reason geometric patterns were developed and perfected.

Sketch of the day no 174: Antique Izmik plate

Antique Izmik plate
Antique Izmik plate

Since it’s Eid today, and on the theme of Islam, today I decided to sketch an Izmik plate. I really love the floral pattern on this one. I do love islamic designs in particular the floral ones such as this and the geometric patterns.

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