Pierre Belvedere Product Samples 10-29-12

flowers, illustration, surface design

Wow! These just came in the mail. I am totally impressed. Pierre Belvedere produces very fine products and I’m thrilled and honored that they have used my artwork. I created a repeat pattern for them called “Seedheads” that was used on a padded matte finish journal cover and various temporary skins for applying to laptops, i-pads and i-phones. You can see them *here* and *here*.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Pierre Belvedere Product Samples 10-29-12

  1. Wow! Your lovely “Seedheads” design softens the hard edges of the technical products (IPads w/ matching wallpaper too!) and makes a lovely journal cover. Congratulations on these camouflauge designs for high-profile products!

  2. to Cary

    Wow! Your lovely “Seedheads” design softens the hard edges of the technical products (IPads w/ matching wallpaper too!) and makes a lovely journal cover. Congratulations on these camouflauge designs for high-profile products!

  3. The pictures of the two at the beginning of seed heads, is marvelous. I’m thrilled too. Which others are yours?

  4. This is awesome!! Congratulations!! Maybe the avalanche of jobs are on their way to you. You know it starts as a snowball …. Nice touch with the hedge apples.

    Sheree

    1. Thank you, Sheree! I’m not holding my breath on this avalanche that you speak of. It’s a nice thought though. Thanks for noticing the hedge apples. It’s a fall tradition. I go find a bowl-full and display them on the living room table. I really like their fragrance. Then I put them outside and the squirrels will eat them later in the winter.

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