Anthropologie window display on 5th ave near Union Square…this would be such a simple yet awesome way to spice up a kid’s room. It’s just translucent tissue paper cut into perty shapes, but in aggregate looks pretty amazing.
I did a series of illustrations for the 1930 | Her Living Room exhibition at The Mix-Place (衡山和集) in Shanghai. The show combines fashion, art and design to portray the fashionable lives of the Shanghai women in the 30s
In the 30s of the last century, Shanghai was already an international metropolis that had the vibes of the east and the west. The Shanghai ladies were independent, well educated, pretty and had good sense in fashion no matter they were dressing in the traditional Qipao or western clothing.
Still really proud of how this turned out. All day today it was kind of delightful to see people stop as they walked past outside, and even more fun to tell them there were four Horcruxes visible somewhere in the window, and watch them try and find them. Totally worth all the time spent doing weird crafts and hoarding display pieces!