I made herbal amaro concoctions for the holidays. Amaro means ‘bitter’ in Italian, and a bitter ingredient is used as a base note (Orris root, Angelica, Cinchona, Gentian). Amari are digestives, they are made throughout the world and often contain local herbs making them wonderfully varied and a lovely way to experience a place when traveling. My concoctions change out the bitter, the alcohol base and offer up a playful variety of herbs. For the label, I used typography that highlights the base-bitter name running it vertically, and the bitter plant is pictured top. Amari are tinctures that aid digestion and are a wonderful celebratory finale for a meal with family and friends. Happy Holidays!
My painting “A Different Conversation” inspires another colorway for Studio Sneakers. Available for adults and kids! Find them here: Studio Sneakers Shop
The latest wrapping paper from one of my abstract paintings, ‘cause it’s a jungle out there! :)
I’ve started experimenting with using my paintings on fabric to create clothing in addition to studio sneakers (see the previous post). This is my first experiment with chiffon… not an easy starting point as it’s a tricky fabric to sew but the first result was beautiful and encouraging!
Studio Sneakers is a side-gig over at What Flow Looks Like Today Pictured above are lace-ups in The Line colorway. I have created these and other colorways using my paintings, which you can see there as well. Come visit! WFLLT.space