Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Featuring - Pool Pony Designs






This is the first of my weekly 'Featuring' slots which I have decided to resurrect after a bit of a lull last year. New Year, New blog Feature, thought it was quite apt. Well, I just downloaded the Etsy app for my phone (lethal if you are trying to be  'not-distracted' by surfing the web. It has been a while since I have stopped by to have a look at Etsy, and I was astounded at the selection of lovely work on offer. So, here is the first blog on 2011.... drum roll please.... featuring PoolPonyDesign from Sydney in New South Wales, Australia.

I was drawn to this work, partly because of the subject matter, birds, flowers, kitchenware, leaves etc, but also because I do have a bit of a thing for mid-century design (ala Lucienne Day) and also I love 1950s kitchen ware (Meakin Pottery, Israel Kadar designs). The colours Linda uses in her work are just divine, each piece complements the others forming a cohesive, professional  and instantly recognisable range.  I imagine they sit llok equally as stunning on their own as a signature piece for your wall. PoolPony specialise in their prints, they offer affordable, fine art prints with a mid-century modern twist and use museum grade pigment prints will add a touch of vibrancy and warmth to your home. The prints range from smaller 7x9 inch all the way up to A2, for that real statement of good taste to adorn your home!! 

If you like what you see here and want to see a bit more for yourself you can catch up with poolpony on their website here, their Facebook page here and also you can browse their Etsy shop here.

1 comment:

  1. I have seen these before on Etsy & thought how simple but nice they look. I have had a look at your work also, it is lovely.

    ReplyDelete

Other posts you might like

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...