Wow! What a fantastic oportunity. I will definitely come and see it when next visiting family in Edinburgh.
Thanks Maya, I’m really hoping the weather is nice for me creating it. The artwork will only be up till the opening!
Congratulations! – I am so looking forward to seeing your design. (I entered the competition with my illustration colleague, Shiv illustration and although we were disappointed not to be chosen, we loved this project) Envious, of course! but very happy for you…!really well done!
Thanks Mabel, I loved your proposal too! I’m really looking forward to creating it!
Exquisitely earthy and evocative
Exciting stuff, good luck! I’ll pop along and have a look. (And will enter competition…!)
luscious, rich, kaleidoscopic!
colourful, vibrant, textural
Expressive, dynamic, glimmering
I know that is only two words but it says it all for me! If you need three words then “New Autumn Rising”
Uplifting, visual & euphoric
ingenious, subtle and cheerful
vivacious, wild and…erm…chirpy
Vibrating, energetic, endemic
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Feast for (the) Eyes! Almost got it in three.
Mysterious, mesmerising motifs…
pulsating , engaging and effervescent
refreshing nature’s beauty
Rhythmic, uplifting, vivacious
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winsome, whimsical, worldly
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Rhythmic, exhilarating, vivacious
vibrant, exciting, shimmering
boldly beautiful birdies
Moving; wildly peaceful.
Colourful camouflaged characters.
Sleekit timorous beasties (ok, not my own words!)
tiny; obsessive pantones
<3 Wild Feathered Friends <3
Strong, striking, stripes!
Unique universal appeal
opaque, ornithological, overwhelming
Tribal, ethnic and energetic
beautiful. unique. inspirational
Nature’s Wild Heart
Thanks for entering, the competition is now closed and 2 winners have been picked!
Wow! Amazing work Louise.
Wonderful, innovative work Louise. Great job!
really going crazy over your work and seeing it on the anthropologie store wall! congratulations! i was just in york, england…which feels like it’s near Edinburgh for me coming from the states…and i took a painting class with artist flora bowley who introduced me to using a foam brush. i just loved using it to stamp and spread color…my other paintings incorporate stencils and spray paint so i’m super happy to see your work as it really resonates 🙂 congratulations again! best wishes to you and thank you for all of the inspiration!
so fun to watch…especially the up close shots! thank you for being such an inspiration!
Congratulations, Louise, this storefront is absolutely gorgeous. I love how the different organic and organised patterns complement eachother.
Thanks Nic, I loved creating it!
oh wow…gorgeous! love the colors 🙂
Hi Louise, enjoy your time at Airlie Place, hope we’ll see you around uni when we all return ~ Judy
Hi Judy, I’m sure I’ll be sneaking in to the college shop and using the library. Hope you’re having a lovely summer! Louise
Louise such lovely work – congratulations on your overseas order such great news 🙂
It was a lovely session. Thank you for inspiring us with so many ideas, buttons, yarns. It was very relaxing and you were an excellent teacher. I will definitely send you a photo of the finished tree.
Excellent, very well done indeed and all the very best for the next round in the competition.
Sorry only just picked up your message! I was not aware of an event this weekend! Keep in touch!
Your bag and scarves look amazing Louise. You + Anthro = a great combo!
Wow this is so wonderful Louise congratulations – your work looks lovely 🙂
Beautiful, Louise! Your work is much appreciated. I also have a blog-post in preparation so I can now include a link to this.
Thank you so much Anabel. Great to be part of this project and use my design skills to attract attention to the tree.
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Are either 48 or 43 still available?
Hello Marigold, yes they are – you’re quick off the mark! I will drop you an email with info about how to pay. Louise
Great information here for a newbie, like me, or a returning Dundonian, like my other half. There’s lots of places I’m excited to explore!
Thank you x
Thanks, enjoy exploring lots of gems in the area
Congratulations louise and all your co-designers. Your explanation of your process is clear, and the finished range of outputs positively joyful!
Thank you Christine, it was a great project to be involved in.
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