Most of you already know that H&M HOME is now widely spreading around the world and their HOME Line is full of incredibly modern home accent pieces at very affordable prices. I love shopping for accessories in their stores, but I have to travel to another country in order to visit their stores as there are no H&M Home stores where I live at present.
By visiting their website I observed that they are carrying various mugs, plates and vases with one line drawings.
I loved this design the moment I saw it, and was ready to order one of the vases with this design from their online store. After a few thoughts I decided I don’t want to: simply because it would be another decorative item which, less than a year, would end up in my attic.
As I am not a line artist, I had to first draw one line face profile with a pencil, and afterwards using a permanent marker followed a pencil mark and ended up with a face profile and an eye. I inserted the drawings in wooden frames, and placed them in my studio space.
Line art, a simplistic form of art without a texture and intricate detail, has become the biggest trend these last two years and its influence can be observed across a whole gamut of products, including jewellery, pots, and wall art.
So tiny and incredibly simple, these two drawings have made a big impact on the console table where I have placed them. These frames and art in them have made the space feel modern and current.
I feel that am now hooked into LINE ART, and I am ready to make more decorative pieces using this technique.
Line artist that I am following on Instagram and which create astonishing art pieces are: @alexa_coe ; @johnzabawa; @differantly; @florandform; and my all time favourite @christianespangsberg
So hope you liked my take on a line art, and thank you for checking this post!