Skip to main content

Working


Concentration in the studio...

Comments

Alex said…
I love my concentrating girlfriend!
Cosmas said…
This comment has been removed by the author.
Cosmas said…
Love your rings! They're gorgeous!

x

www.anowlinabowl.blogspot.com
I love your blog & artwork, you are so talented!! so happy I stumbled upon your site via Bostonista:)
Bostonista said…
I wish I was able to concentrate better. Maybe I'd be a better blogger!

xo
Kara
www.thebostonista.com
FASHION SNAG said…
This comment has been removed by the author.
FASHION SNAG said…
Can't wait to see your next masterpiece!

www.FashionSnag.com
goodbadandfab said…
Love your style!!!

www.goodbadandfab.com
personal style and fashion musings of a LA fashion lawyer living life in the fab lane!

Popular posts from this blog

Let's shake some dust

Summertime, cutoffs, and carnival traffic...
(Vintage tunic, bracelets, and DIY Levi's, Alice + Olivia boots, Forever 21 necklace, Hot Topic studded belt)

Designs by Bella: Vintage Lollipops x Magazzini del Sale Capsule Collection

Last year, Italian designer Graziano Moro of Magazzini Del Sale contacted me about collaborating and designing a five-piece Limited Edition capsule collection for their SS 11 Love Can Change the World t-shirt line. Having never been given such an incredibly surreal opportunity before, you can imagine my absolute surprise... followed by some sort of psychotic jubilation. At the time, I'd only been drawing for about a month, which means the designs you're seeing are some of my very first artworks! Brainstorming endless possibilities, the process began with a series of sketches, clipart graphics, and silhouette collages until I further conceptualized the vision by deciding to submit only my illustrations.  After presenting numerous options, Graziano and the team exclusively selected their top picks... and after several months of diligence, reworking, and constant communication, my artwork was transformed into a beautiful line of ecru shirts forever deemed, Vintage Lollipops x M…

I'm fine, thank you. - Margot Tenenbaum

(Watercolor, 2012)  New artwork from the past. Based on one of my all-time favorite characters, the ever-sullen, infamously secretive, Margot Tenenbaum.
Prints now available.