Hawaii theme and a real sand set ! I draw a backdrop pattern and the team help making other props , that was very hot day but very much fun also.
The last wedding of November we did. This time I want to show you all the process from making the logo , which we bought the fresh flowers and gently string them together to hand bind paper flowers for the backdrop .. It’s been almost 4 months since we started. But it’s worth to see all the happy faces in the wedding . Thank you for great team again!
Another lovely couple wedding this month. Teaspoon was asked to do from the card to the backdrops. From the sketch to Paper model , It was overnight set up, but also happy to see it comes alive from my sketch. … Continue reading
All the little models wrapping by our wrapping paper, and this living room is what we always dream to have, from wallpaper to cushions with teaspoon prints..
It’s a studio’s first stop motion ever! Thank you for our interns and a wonderful song from Lullatone to made this stop motion too perfect. ♥
Another work of wedding, teaspoon designed two cards for both morning and evening ceramony .. The morning one is two colors / two sides letter press printed. The evening one is three layers of flowers leads your way from the keyhole with hand draw border to the garden where the name of the couple foile printed in the middle.
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone !
I got some cute little book to show today.. made by Elsa Mora. It is unique with each volume carefully made with its own box or case.. so elegance so tiny and so amazing. You can visit her page here, her shop on Etsy and also her blog with all the tiny things (she got more than one blog actually) .. Well…, enjoy digging her works !
I found this cool technique in my favorite studio of all time Bob Foundation, so I wanna share it with you guys ..
I must try this one day.
A final project for master from Pilar Solar, he choose the author Oscar Wilde and took “The picture of Dorian Gray” novel.
“I tried to develop a design based on the author’s personality (aesthete, mystic and exhibitionist). For the cover I used a very eye-catching Japanese cloth to represent the exuberance of Wilde throughout his life.”
Amazing isn’t it?