11.01.2007

who's who: marisa haedike.



I've been a massive fan (almost stalker status here, guys) of Marisa's for gosh, I don't know how long. And it just seems like one of those days where I'd like to again profess my love for her work.

Whimsy, childish, but perfect for rose-colored-glasses-wearing adults, Marisa Haedike creates the most beautiful and pacifying pieces of art. Using acryclic, wood, and anything she can get her hands on, Marisa's art occupies a tiny sense of humor in every piece.




Available from her website, Creative Thursday or Velocity Art and Design (and a few others!), you can snag one of her pieces today with little to no lead time. Want more? You guessed it; she's a fellow blogger as well.




We love you, Marisa! Thanks for providing daily inspiration for us over at DFM.

5 comments:

Jennifer said...

These are great! I love their simplicity and beautiful colours. You might also like Louise Lauzon -- a Montreal artist. She doesn't have a Web site that I can find, but if you go to www.galeriemichelbigue.com, you can see some of her work.

melissa @ the inspired room said...

I can see why you love her work, it is so precious. I might have to have one for myself!

design for mankind. said...

Jennifer: OOOH, thanks for the tip! I do love!

And Melissa: That's what I'm thinking.. I can't wait to order!

Jordan Cappella said...

cute and simple i really like them.

design for mankind. said...

Thanks, Jordan! ME TOO!

welcome.

because beauty lies in the details of design. in the pencil shavings, in the blueberry waffles. the vintage dress, framed portrait, old postcard.

design is inevitable. celebrated. design for mankind.

11.01.2007

who's who: marisa haedike.



I've been a massive fan (almost stalker status here, guys) of Marisa's for gosh, I don't know how long. And it just seems like one of those days where I'd like to again profess my love for her work.

Whimsy, childish, but perfect for rose-colored-glasses-wearing adults, Marisa Haedike creates the most beautiful and pacifying pieces of art. Using acryclic, wood, and anything she can get her hands on, Marisa's art occupies a tiny sense of humor in every piece.




Available from her website, Creative Thursday or Velocity Art and Design (and a few others!), you can snag one of her pieces today with little to no lead time. Want more? You guessed it; she's a fellow blogger as well.




We love you, Marisa! Thanks for providing daily inspiration for us over at DFM.

5 comments:

Jennifer said...

These are great! I love their simplicity and beautiful colours. You might also like Louise Lauzon -- a Montreal artist. She doesn't have a Web site that I can find, but if you go to www.galeriemichelbigue.com, you can see some of her work.

melissa @ the inspired room said...

I can see why you love her work, it is so precious. I might have to have one for myself!

design for mankind. said...

Jennifer: OOOH, thanks for the tip! I do love!

And Melissa: That's what I'm thinking.. I can't wait to order!

Jordan Cappella said...

cute and simple i really like them.

design for mankind. said...

Thanks, Jordan! ME TOO!