Monday, December 12, 2011

Dressember Week 1, Skeletons on Motorbikes, & The Lumineers

Dressember is in full swing! And up until today the weather has been kind to my bare legs. Today, however, it's pouring rain and freezing, but I won't give into tights until absolutely necessary. Nothing like a little skin in the winter. Below is a recap of the first week of Dressember. I'm trying to mix things up even though I'm pretty much working with the exact same dresses I wore last year (see those here), so it's been fun and challenging to make old things look new and exciting. Click on the photos to enlarge. If you want to see more Dressember, just log into Instagram and search the hashtag #dressember. It's trending, baby.  

I've also been doing a lot of illustrating and painting for Hoodzpah clients recently. Above is a piece I whipped up the other night just for fun. It's a skeleton riding a vintage Norton. I realllllly wanted to keep it because I loved how it turned out, but my talented friend and fellow designer Allan Gungormez made me an offer I couldn't refuse for it. I'm going to try to get screenprints made of it however. First we have to make sure there's a high enough demand for them since screenprinting is kind of pricey. I used india ink and an ink brush for this illustration and I love the effect it had. I want to start using this more often. I'm going to try to get some work in on my portrait of Sara this weekend too! I want to have that finished before the new year. Blah, blah, blah, blah-blah-blah blah. I'm even boring myself now, so with that I'll say adieu! 

- Amy
Listening to: "Hey Ho" by The Lumineers. I've had them on loop for about a week now.

P.S. How about that snow last night in Orange County? The month I leave Lake Forest it SNOWS there. Figures. 

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  1. Ever since I saw "One Week" w/ Joshua Jackson, I've wanted my own Norton to road trip on. Your ink piece just added to that desire. Mad props on Dressember, your stylish commitment is admirable Amy!

  2. Thanks Chris! How rad would it be to go cross country on a bike!? Check out this site and dream of being their friend. I do:

  3. Ahh, that's a cool site! Open country, two wheels, and nothing but a hunger for exploration and discovery. Nailed it. Bucket list material extreme!


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