Cosmic Portal. Pagan abstract art, inspired by The Divine Feminine.
One of my fondest memories of my childhood is when my parents took me once to Parque do Ibirapuera in São Paulo and somebody was selling Polaroid portraits. It was astonishing, for young me, to see that machine just spit out a piece of plastic and then something shows up, as if by magic. Some months later my grandparents gave me a Polaroid camera as a gift, but alas, film and accessories were extremely expensive back then, so it was not possible to use it at all.
Now, 30-odd years later, while in Japan with my husband, I stumbled upon this little gem.
Despite of the “toy-camera” vibe, I was finally able to make a childhood dream come true.
When things get too hectic (which is quite often, truth to be told), I turn to this playlist in order to slow things down.
Time is ripe for creating a new glitch art piece.
I love Japanese kawaii culture. There is something freeing in making art just because it is cute and makes one smile, and not because one needs to make a statement of some sort.
Her work is something that makes me smile, and brings me tons of fuzzy feelings – it is just lovely.
I mean… how can one not feel happy after watching to such a cute video?
This collection, available at Zazzle, is one of my favourites, seriously.
It started as pet supplies: I wanted to create something aimed to cat lovers and their pets. Everything is pink, because well… pink is my favourite color. 🙂
Nowadays it is expanding to home decor and gift ideas, too.
I have in mind some new products to this collection, like something in blue or yellow, and more gift ideas, like t-shirts and bags. Another idea of mine is to expand it to cater to other pet lovers, like bunnies and dogs, too.
As soon as these new ideas are brought to light I will post them here and across my social media channels. Stay tuned! 🙂
Typography work, done with GIMP.