“Ivy Vine” Pattern

The Mystiq Arts shops on Society6 and Redbubble have been updated with my latest botanical pattern of ivy vines. Which colour combination do you prefer? Me, I’ve fallen in love with the blue vines.

I’ll see you in the next post. Cheers!

New “Dharma” Colours

The final two colour variations to Dharma have now been published. They’re called Pipi and Pompadour. Which one do you like best? I find Pompadour – the wine red one – quite mesmerising.

If you like this pattern, feel free to check it out on various products on Society6 and Redbubble.

I’ll see you in the next post. Cheers!

Portfolio Update

April is over and this is what I managed to finish during the month. In sum, this portfolio update consists of spring and summer feelings; light, delicate illustrations and patterns inspired by nature. (You can check out my portfolio here.)

During the month ahead, I’ll be working on a pencil illustration of a bee, a gouache painting of turtles, and lots of more fun projects. I can’t wait to show them to you!

Cheers!

“Golden Butterflies” – New Colours

This week I’ve added all of the colour variations on the Golden Butterflies pattern. Here they all are. I think they’re just lovely; especially the pink and beige/earthy ones.

You may find this pattern on the many products on both Society6 and Redbubble. Happy browsing!

I’ll see you in the next post. Cheers!

Even More “Light as a Feather”

The last batch of colours have finally been added to the print-on-demand stores. Here they are! I think the greyscale ones work really well.

The variations added are:

  • Raspberry Sorbet/White
  • Rust/White
  • Ultimate Gray/White
  • White/Black
  • White/Ultimate Gray

They can all be found on various products, both on Society6 and Redbubble as usual.

I’ll see you in the next post! Cheers!

“Spring Into Spring” Pattern Available

Yes, that’s right – I’m happy to announce that Spring Into Spring (cerulean blue) is now available on various products, both on Society6 and Redbubble. When creating this pattern, I was inspired by my longing for spring and summer. I’m very happy with how it turned out, and especially like the way this pattern looks on fabric.

I’ll see you in the next post. Cheers!