I love Japanese art..
"The Great Wave of Kanagawa" by Hokusai
is one of my favourite pieces of art - ever.
I actually have a print of this work and four others waiting to be framed for my living room..
There's something enchanting about his style, such movement and emotion captured so delicately.
So when I found Yellena James work on Etsy I was instantly taken in..
After reading her profile I discovered she has produced works for Anthropologie - of course!
She works with pen and ink and marker.. such simple tools to create these richly detailed drawings.
These hard-edged geometrics worked in are unusual in her pieces -
they add a more surreal vibe, don't they?
At the moment she is having a print sale,
so mosey on over to her Etsy shop and splurge!
Your walls will thank you :)
I had a few minutes yesterday to peruse Etsy and found some outstanding fall clothing -
try to share this weekend..
Off to back to back bbq's this weekend - trying to squeeze out every last drop of summer.
What are you all up to?
til next time..