Another project I spent a few months on earlier in the year was a second collaboration
with boutique label, L'avion, on a range of illustrated silk scarves.
(I previously had the pleasure of working with L'avion's director, Jo Scahill,
on the 'Plume' scarf for her 2010 'Woodlands' collection.)
This time around we worked on 3 designs to create the 'Jardin' collection;
a bevvy of beauties bathing in blossoms and woodland creatures.
Think butterflies, bunnies and deer.
I was largely inspired by my recent trips to Japan, in which I was surrounded both
by swarms of pink and white cherry blossoms, as well as the friendly (and hungry)
deer of Nara, in Japan's south.
It's a little bit Alice in Wonderland, a little bit Secret Garden,
(basically the perfect brief!)
and i'm so happy with the result!
As with the last scarf, there are also two complimentary prints for sale
of the artwork for both the 'Fawn' and 'Lapin' scarves
- if you're looking for a gift or just a framable piece of the scarf designs.
These are available in limited quantities of 20 only, so be quick if you don't want to miss out.
They're available in both my shop:
and also on the L'avion website, along with the entire 'Jardin' collection: