Monday, September 21, 2009

pigeons need folklore...




Took the pigeon out of urban setting. Pigeons need folklore too:) I'm an urban bird myself... but once in a while I want to see the country side.

20 comments:

Grace said...

oooh...these are lovely. They would make great notecards.

carolyn Gavin said...

gorgeous! luv the darker yellow background.

Renee Kurilla said...

Wow, these are extra beautiful :)

Lara Brehm said...

wow these are gorgeous! I'm not a big pigeon fan but yours are beautiful! :)

Diana said...

This is adorable!

Vanessa said...

This pattern is marvelous! I'm particularly enamored with the gray one. Awesome! I can see this on a cute fall handbag.

RahRah said...

wow, this is gorgeous!

Adele said...

For me the top one has captured the folklore theme perfectly. There is an amazing Folklore design journey at www.gudrunsjoden.com which may interest you.
Adele

Flora May said...

The colours in the first one are so perfect for the subject matter...but frankly they're all a bit showstopping really ^.^

6p00e553feb2ab8834 said...

beautiful! I never thought I'd want anything at all with pigeons on it, but I would take the grey pattern on just about anything at all. It's gorgeous! (well, they all are...)

Amy said...

Ooh, I looove that!

Lucie said...

I've just discovered your blog and felt in love with your amazing & so stylished work... It makes my day !

lisa stubbs said...

I love the last one the green, pink & gold beautiful!

Rosaline said...

When your prints come out as yardage, I'm buying meters of all of them. Like so many others, I love your work.

Beth Gunnell said...

these are beautiful....love the turquoise and mustard ground the best. Could work on so many products.

Sanne said...

I like your blog! and your work makes me happy!
i'd like to add you to my blog list :-)

Bettyjoy said...

What a lovely pattern! I love the turquoise one! These pigeons look lovely, not like the sort that attack me regularly in the city centre:)

Jenn Ski said...

After looking at the third image down I felt like eating cranberry nut bread...

Jen A. said...

Oh those pigeous are gorgeous, not whimsical but elegantly fun! That grey-yellow-blue color palette, in the first one, is one that I am really fond of right now too.

Frk. Fosli said...

Oh my, theese were too nice :)
What are they for? Wallpapers? =)