27 June 2013

I stick to u-man


Is your laptop or wardrobe door feeling a little lonely these days? I know, I know... it's been a long wait, but the new stickers for Uman Shop are finally here! It's the sixth series already and I feel we get better and better with each one. 

This time, we thought of getting under your skin and finding out where you guys like to stick'em once you get them. So aside from the more rockin', old school-themed monsters and illustrations, I created some designs especially for your laptops, phones, tablets, notebooks and so on. So you can start school this fall with an edgy style.


Go to Uman's Facebook page to find out more about how you can get your pack of stickers.

14 June 2013

friday feature - cinnamoncloves.com

This week's feature comes from a dear person, a fellow blogger and crafter from Cinnamon & Cloves. She got a pair of square monster pins from me quite a while ago, and she was kind enough to write an article on her blog with her purchases. I'm super glad that my creatures got included and that she liked them so much. Make sure to check out her accessories, they are really nice and I should know, I have some myself.

Click on the picture above to see full article.

07 June 2013

open sunday 4 - epilogue


As you might have already found out on my Facebook page, this past weekend Uman had another Open Sunday event, the 4th one already. And I had a small part to play, this time I drew monsters and chicks with chalk on asphalt. It was like a return to the childhood days, so the result was fun and playful. Here are a few snapshots.


You can find more photos from the event in the links below:


And while we're on the subject, Uman is turning 10 this weekend. It's been a decade of goodies, stickers, contests and events and how else would they celebrate it than with a big party? So if you're in the Timi┼čoara area Saturday, you're all invited. You'll find more details on the Facebook Event. Stay Gold!



03 June 2013

the girl in stripes


This is my second result from my return to illustration. It was a lazy Sunday afternoon and I had a very homey, cosy mood, therefore I gave this girl a more natural, casual look. But I like how she still has this mysterious look to her. And that the drawing has more of a fantasy feel to it rather than a realistic one. I hope you like it as well.


The Girl fashion illustration - mechanical pencil on paper | 29.7cm x 42cm

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