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MATS Home Decor Student Showcase part 4 {2016 class}


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We are so proud of our wonderful Make Art That Sells alumni and are pleased to showcase a series of gorgeous student work that was produced in our May session of Creating Collections for Home Décor

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SARA FRANKLIN | SARA FRANKLIN DESIGN LLC

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Sara_Franklin_BioPic_webI designed this bedroom set to be relaxing and calming, mixing colors and textures to create a happy, warm feeling. I would love to have a bedroom with this duvet cover and colors!

How did the Home Décor class help you grow?

I learned how to let go and follow my instinct. I felt the most happy when I was enjoying the process, instead of worrying about the outcome each week. I really loved creating a cohesive collection. Going more in depth into a theme helped me to discover something new each week. Lilla and Margo gave me permission to be free!

What did you discover about yourself?

I discovered a way that I love working, and to follow my joy! I learned that sometimes getting started is the best thing to do to get unstuck because the process will lead you to where you want to go.

How would you describe the course to a friend?

This course is fun, exciting and extremely informative! The Facebook group is also very valuable with so many talented artists that support each other. Lilla and Margo will guide you through all the nuts and bolts that you need to create your own unique collection. They will give you excellent guidance to move forward in this industry with confidence!

See more work here: Website | Facebook | Instagram

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LALA BOWER DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION

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Short Description of Image: Dollhouse Flowers Collection – Love blooms here! Designs hand painted in watercolor made for ceramic kitchenware and dinnerware.

How did the Home Décor class help you grow?

The MATS Home Décor class helped me grow as a designer by introducing us to different finishing techniques used on different materials used in home decor that I wasn’t familiar with. I don’t think there is any other course like it that shows you different finishing techniques. It opened my eyes to a new market for my designs and illustrations.

What did you discover about yourself?

Oftentimes as a designer and illustrator we strive to create graphics that follow trends and tailor our graphics to what is already out there. Or to make our illustrations look “perfect”. I learned in this course that what is most important is to tap into your own uniqueness or quirkiness rather than just being a follower of trends. This is brought out through the process of doing her “minis” before the actual assignment. The minis allow you to draw and play without the pressure of having it look a certain way or to fit an end product. So by the time you get the actual assignment, you have explored much of your uniqueness and that it becomes a big part of your overall design. This is especially important when you are in the process of looking for your own signature illustration style.

How would you describe the course to a friend?

I would describe the Home Décor class to a friend as a fun way to rediscover your unique style as an illustrator and Lilla Rogers shows how you can capitalize on that and help you turn it into a business.

See more work here: Website | Instagram

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LEAH MALMOS

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This is my favorite image because I can imagine this room in real life. I really wish I could buy my pom-pom floral rug!

How did the Home Décor class help you grow?

The Home Décor class helped me grow by having access to industry trend boards and amazing product mockups. Having an inside edge to the current trends in the home decor market is essential in a “trend-driven” market.

What did you discover about yourself?

I discovered about myself that if I am given a direction and color palette it is much easier for me to get into the act of art-making instead of market research. The trend boards give me the confidence to go “all in” in my style.

How would you describe the course to a friend?

If I were to describe this course to a friend I would say it is a high intensity 5 week course where you will explore and design for 5 substrates inside of the Home Decor market with industry pick of the hottest trends. Also with a amazing, supportive online community and live reviews!

See more work here: Website | Instagram

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Want a piece of the $60 Billion Home Decor industry?

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What is home décor? It’s all the gorgeous and/or functional items in your house. It’s a booming market that needs tons of art, with over $60 billion in annual sales. Its massive growth is due in part to the popularity of home design TV shows, Pinterest, and Instagram, and stylish online retailers like One Kings Lane and Dot&Bo.

Art directors NEED your great art!

Our next live e-course, Make Art That Sells: Creating Collections for Home Décor starts will take place in August 2017 and teaches you everything you need to know to create killer presentations with your art.

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MATS Home Decor Student Showcase part 3 {2016 class}


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We are so proud of our wonderful Make Art That Sells alumni and are pleased to showcase a series of gorgeous student work that was produced in our May session of Creating Collections for Home Décor

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KATE BILLINGSLEY

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This is my collection of teacups, saucers and plates for ceramics week. It combines detailed gold linework with flashes of watercolour against rich jewel tones. This was the week I had a few revelations, and I finally figured out my art style. I tend to go for darker, richer colours as a rule, but this was also the week I finally understood why contrast is so important – hence the paler parchment background to make everything pop.

How did the home decor class help you grow?

I was an artist unsure of my style – I liked to do so many different things, and didn’t understand how to bring it all together. But just as Lilla advises, I kept at it – kept making art, and finally it all fell into place. Because the course is so intense it really pushes you to make so much, to explore so much – and (importantly for me) teaches you that you CAN be disciplined! It’s really amazing what you discover you are capable of, when you see the quantity and quality of the work you have at the end.

How would you describe the course to a friend?

The course is so valuable even just for the amazing and supportive facebook community – it is such a lovely, safe and supportive place to ask each other questions, share knowledge, and just be generally supportive and uplifting. The ability to ask Lilla and Margo questions during the course was fantastic as well, to get a more in-depth idea of how the industry works, what to do, how to pitch. I left the course so much more confident, and with a direction and a plan.

See more work here: Website | Facebook | Instagram

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ASPA GIKA | ASPA GIKA STUDIO

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aspagika_portrait_325This is my favorite board because adding the notes, patterns and PMS swatches makes the board ready for any presentation.

How did the home decor class help you grow?

The HOME DÉCOR class has helped me grow in many different ways. It expanded my horizons as an illustrator and designer, and it completely pushed me out of my comfort zone. Lilla and Margo are such an inspiration. Their reviews, feedback and encouragement helped me elevate my art to the next level, and not to be afraid to experiment with new techniques and color pallets. They helped me visualize my artwork on different objects and surfaces, while at the same time the realistic creative briefs and time schedules taught me discipline and efficient time management. I really enjoyed the minis every week, and especially the Facebook feed from my Home Décor class friends, who were all so supportive, creative, and amazing.

What did you discover about yourself?

I discovered that I could push myself one step further every week so that my designs would look better than I initially imagined. I learned that I always need to allow myself some extra time at the end of the assignment so that I can take a step back and review and refine my design. The course has changed the way that I see my work and made me realize that the sky is the limit.

How would you describe the course to a friend?

I would definitely recommend the course to a friend who would like to create a new body of work for the home décor market. The course is intense, but you see your work improve quickly and at the end you have a complete body of work for your portfolio. The fellow artists are also incredibly supportive. Just watching everyone’s growth and unique style is an inspiration itself.

See more work here: Website | Instagram

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PORTIA MONBERG

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portia_light_portraitI’m sharing my image from the glass week because it represents the moment everything began to click for me in the class. My graphic whimsical style and the assigned color palette came together in a way that made me very happy. It definitely felt like an aha moment that would not have happened without the discipline and structure of the class combined with the extremely insightful reviews by Lilla and Margo.

How did the Home Décor class help you grow?

The class helped me learn how to use my graphic style in a way that would be appealing on a variety of substrates. I also learned how to create a variety of icons that are different but at the same time related visually.

What did you discover about yourself?

Over the years I’ve really struggled to find my signature style. I tend to work in a number of different mediums and styles. In this class I discovered that I do have at least one style that I can build on in a consistent way.

How would you describe the course to a friend?

If you are looking for a challenging and fun class in with incredible community support, I highly recommend the Home Decor class.

See more work here: Website | Instagram

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Want a piece of the $60 Billion Home Decor industry?

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What is home décor? It’s all the gorgeous and/or functional items in your house. It’s a booming market that needs tons of art, with over $60 billion in annual sales. Its massive growth is due in part to the popularity of home design TV shows, Pinterest, and Instagram, and stylish online retailers like One Kings Lane and Dot&Bo.

Art directors NEED your great art!

Our next live e-course, Make Art That Sells: Creating Collections for Home Décor starts will take place in August 2017 and teaches you everything you need to know to create killer presentations with your art.

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MATS Home Decor Student Showcase part 1 {2016 class}


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We are so proud of our wonderful Make Art That Sells alumni and are pleased to showcase a series of gorgeous student work that was produced in our previous session of Creating Collections for Home Décor

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JAMIE KALVESTRAN

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Jamie_Kalvestran_Lowertown_Studio_400pxThis image includes one of my favorite items from each of the five substrates developed in the MATS Home Decor course. Textile Quilt or tablecloth, Ceramic Tea Set, Metal Perforated Candle Holder, Glass Embossed Bottle, Wooden Serving Tray.

How did the Home Décor class help you grow?

Oh my gosh, I hate to admit it but I was one of those people who slapped the same artwork on everything. I learned bucket loads about presentation, how to make your artwork stand out, what an art director looks for in a collection and how you can make their job easier. (which means they will want to work with you again)

Q2. What did you discover about yourself?

My back ground is in 3-D product design and textile design. But, strangely enough I had very little experience designing artwork for a three dimensional product. I previously had designed either 3-D products or 2-D prints for textiles. In this course I learned to meld the two. I can now offer the whole package to my existing customers. Plus, I can move forward with confidence working with future customers who produce products in any substrate.

Q3. How would you describe the course to a friend?

This course is very intensive. When they say, “clear your schedule”, they mean it and so do I. You get out of it what you put into it, so don’t skimp on time and effort. It’s a wonderful wonderful opportunity. Immerse yourself. Margo and Lilla have so much to share. If you do the work, you will walk away with beautiful portfolio pieces to present to your customers.

FYI-I loved the course so much I took it twice!

See more work here: Website | Facebook | Instagram

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MARGARET MARTINEZ |DESIGN BY MARGARET

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12063868_10207875462829556_6257951586055357146_nKey/Coat/Scarf Rack, Lamp, Breakfast Tray, and Wallpaper. This was my favorite one because as I got closer to the end of class, I started getting a better understanding of what to do artistically. I like the colors of this piece and I like my drawings, especially my birds. They are my little birds, I created them completely from my imagination and I love seeing how what you draw/paint can be used in so many ways.

How did the Home Décor class help you grow?

The Home Décor class with Lilla Rogers and Margo Tantau have helped me tremendously as an artist. I have gained so much knowledge on art in the home décor market and creating art for fun. I have grown in how I now approach art now, I’ve learned new ways to create and think when doing art.

What did you discover about yourself?

I discovered that I am an artist and that I am unique and special. This class made me feel good about myself as an illustrator and I just loved Lilla and Margo’s positive vibe throughout the entire course. They made you want to keep creating art. I’ve learned how to work hard and how fun that can be and when you push yourself, how you can get new and amazing ideas.

How would you describe the course to a friend?

If you want to expand your knowledge on the home décor market and get insider tips and secrets on how to make your art sell successfully in this market, then you have to take this course. This course will push you in new creative directions and you will create A LOT of beautiful art and you will walk away with unbelievable knowledge that you can use with your art and it is SO FUN.

See more work here: Website | Facebook | Instagram

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 ANETTE HEIBERG

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AnetteHeiberg_profileimageThis is from the second week of class, where we worked with fabric. I chose this because I remember how proud I felt presenting it. I felt that I already had learned and grown so much from the first week. I was really excited to keep working on my collection, and I think it shows in my work how much fun I had creating these products.

How did the Home Décor class help you grow?

I learned a lot about how my art can be used on different products, how to put together a good collection and how to present my work.

What did you discover about yourself?

That I really enjoy putting together a collection of different kinds of materials and shapes – and that my work is a great fit for products!

How would you describe the course to a friend?

If you’re interested in learning how your art can be used on different kind of products, and learning about different materials, this course is a must!

See more work here: Website | Instagram

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LAURA FISK

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laura fisk-webThe image above was for ceramic week. I feel the products and designs are most “me” in terms of the fun and style I want to embody going forward in art licensing and surface pattern design. my work tends to be pretty goofy and silly and I feel I was really able to express that in these products.

How did the Home Décor class help you grow?

It helped me grow in many ways. I love deadlines – they’re so important to get anything done! It was great to have the assignments week by week and that they were focused by substrate. Focusing on a different element every week really helped me focus on what could I do with products I never had really thought about before and how they can be used in so many ways. I could feel myself being pushed every week, and definitely out of my comfort zone as well, which is always a good thing.

What did you discover about yourself?

Most importantly, it confirmed that this is the work that I want to be doing. It also really helped to focus and understand what I enjoy working on (character based illustration) and just importantly what I don’t (pretty dainty florals). It made me think about the types of companies I should pursue and the type of work that I know that really doesn’t fit for me.

How would you describe the course to a friend?

An intensive focused class on surface pattern design for the home decor market. If you’re interested in getting into licensing and surface pattern design this is an excellent class to help you understand the market and how to stand out to art directors, and really get an idea of what they’re looking for and why. I would most definitely recommend this class. It’s worth the cost, especially if you invest your time into it.

See more work here: Website

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Want a piece of the $60 Billion Home Decor industry?

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What is home décor? It’s all the gorgeous and/or functional items in your house. It’s a booming market that needs tons of art, with over $60 billion in annual sales. Its massive growth is due in part to the popularity of home design TV shows, Pinterest, and Instagram, and stylish online retailers like One Kings Lane and Dot&Bo.

Art directors NEED your great art!

Our next live e-course, Make Art That Sells: Creating Collections for Home Décor will take place in August 2017  and teaches you everything you need to know to create killer presentations with your art.

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Want to learn some Home Décor secrets? Plus join our fun free creative challenge


In our upcoming course ‘MATS: Creating Collections for Home Décor’, top art director Margo Tantau shares finishing techniques for metal, fabric, glass, ceramic, and wood used for products in this market. These are very cool techniques that you can play with on your product to make your presentation to the client even more exciting and marketable, and include such things as:

  • Placing pom pom trims or embroidery on a pillow
  • Embossing, shaping, or silkscreening on metal
  • Painting or decoupaging on metal

 

Example of the wide array of  finishing techniques used on ceramics at Anthropologie. Learn about these techniques and how they can really make your great art look even greater on products in our class. Photo by Lilla Rogers.

Finishing techniques are all the cool treatments you can put into your pitch to make your product even more exciting.

These awesome products are all created by Lilla Rogers Studio artists for various home decor companies.  Imagine seeing your art on these cool products in the stores!  Learn more in our class. Photo taken by Lilla Rogers.

Understanding and knowing about different techniques is a great way to stand out, to be creative, and to show that you know how to add value to a design.

 

Every day next week, we are going to share a few of our Home Décor Secrets on the MATS blog, along with a fun creative prompt. You don’t have to be signed up for the class to get involved. Anyone can join in and start to explore the fascinating (and lucrative) world of home décor! We hope you’ll find them inspiring, and feel confident to try new and varied looks in your product pitches. That, in turn, will make your pitch more desirable and unique.Be sure to follow us on @makeartthatsells on Instagram and tag your work #matshomedecor so we can see it.

In class, we share a ton of insider secrets, to give you loads of design ideas for your arsenal. As a result, your art will flourish, you’ll sell more, and you’ll be having more fun!

If you want to thrive in this market, be sure to sign up for Creating Collections for Home Décor which starts on Monday, August 7th. By the end of class, you’ll be ready to pitch your creative ideas to dream clients in home décor.

If you’re secretly (or not-so-secretly) wanting to get your own home décor collection, I truly hope you’ll join us in this wonderful course. You’ll be surrounded by like-minded artists of all levels that are there to support one another, and Margo and I will be there to guide you every step of the way.

 

 

 

 

What’s your passion goal for 2017?


I don’t make resolutions. I make passion goals. (Resolutions seems so bummer-y, and passion goals are about stuff you actually want to do!)  What is your passion goal for 2017? What would be fun for you? What gets you up in the morning?

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Here are some 5-minute vision board sketches that artists created from the Video Series and shared on Instagram. Clockwise from top left: Patrice Horvath, glitter_earth, Trisha Klempel, lucy.two.shoes

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P.S. Look out for our Free Expert Tips on ‘Illustrating Children’s Books’ Video Series on the MATS blog, beginning on Monday, January 2nd. Gather insight from Lilla Rogers, Art Agent and Zoe Tucker, children’s book art director. Not to be missed!

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Twelve Days of Affirmations #12


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Welcome to Day Twelve of  “12 Days of Affirmations” by Lilla.

We hope that these inspire, encourage, and make you smile during this holiday season. Please feel free to share the affirmations on Instagram and let us know if they’ve helped you or if they’ve inspired you to create one of your own. Use the #makeartthatsells so we can be sure to see them.

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Lilla has used affirmations as a powerful tool for her entire career, and she’s lettered her own favorite ones to help guide your own career and art practice.

Affirmations are a great way to program your beliefs so that you move in the direction you want your life to go. By repeating a key phrase, you reframe your beliefs in a subtle, but powerful way. Post them in key places around your house or workspace.

Lilla says, “My morning mirror is covered with sticky notes of affirmations I’ve written for my own life raising teenagers, getting through bumpy career points, or working toward goals I want to achieve.”

 

 

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Twelve Days of Affirmations #11


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Welcome to Day Eleven of  “12 Days of Affirmations” by Lilla.

We hope that these inspire, encourage, and make you smile during this holiday season. Please feel free to share the affirmations on Instagram and let us know if they’ve helped you or if they’ve inspired you to create one of your own. Use the #makeartthatsells so we can be sure to see them.

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Lilla has used affirmations as a powerful tool for her entire career, and she’s lettered her own favorite ones to help guide your own career and art practice.

Affirmations are a great way to program your beliefs so that you move in the direction you want your life to go. By repeating a key phrase, you reframe your beliefs in a subtle, but powerful way. Post them in key places around your house or workspace.

Lilla says, “My morning mirror is covered with sticky notes of affirmations I’ve written for my own life raising teenagers, getting through bumpy career points, or working toward goals I want to achieve.”

Stay tuned for our last one tomorrow!

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Twelve Days of Affirmations #10


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Welcome to Day Ten of  “12 Days of Affirmations” by Lilla.

We hope that these inspire, encourage, and make you smile during this holiday season. Please feel free to share the affirmations on Instagram and let us know if they’ve helped you or if they’ve inspired you to create one of your own. Use the #makeartthatsells so we can be sure to see them.

Shine

Lilla has used affirmations as a powerful tool for her entire career, and she’s lettered her own favorite ones to help guide your own career and art practice.

Affirmations are a great way to program your beliefs so that you move in the direction you want your life to go. By repeating a key phrase, you reframe your beliefs in a subtle, but powerful way. Post them in key places around your house or workspace.

Lilla says, “My morning mirror is covered with sticky notes of affirmations I’ve written for my own life raising teenagers, getting through bumpy career points, or working toward goals I want to achieve.”

Stay tuned for another one tomorrow!

 

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Twelve Days of Affirmations #9


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Welcome to Day Nine of  “12 Days of Affirmations” by Lilla.

We hope that these inspire, encourage, and make you smile during this holiday season. Please feel free to share the affirmations on Instagram and let us know if they’ve helped you or if they’ve inspired you to create one of your own. Use the #makeartthatsells so we can be sure to see them.

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Lilla has used affirmations as a powerful tool for her entire career, and she’s lettered her own favorite ones to help guide your own career and art practice.

Affirmations are a great way to program your beliefs so that you move in the direction you want your life to go. By repeating a key phrase, you reframe your beliefs in a subtle, but powerful way. Post them in key places around your house or workspace.

Lilla says, “My morning mirror is covered with sticky notes of affirmations I’ve written for my own life raising teenagers, getting through bumpy career points, or working toward goals I want to achieve.”

Stay tuned for another one tomorrow!

 

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MATS Alumni Festive Showcase 2016 – part 9


Happy Festive season! We are so proud of our wonderful Make Art That Sells alumni and are pleased to showcase some festive designs and products they have created for the season. Here is part 9. See all the festive showcase posts here as they unfold.

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Ashley Lotecki | Ashley Lotecki Design

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This year I’ve been focused on developing and crafting a line of products that feature my illustrations and hand lettering using different techniques. I am excited to say that I will be launching my own e-commerce store very soon! Here is a peek at one of my original wooden ornament designs “Gingerbread Man,” which I laser etched and cut, then hand-finished.

The MATS classes have been a great way to have designated time for me to focus on further developing my voice as an artist – with a stronger voice I’ve been able to, and continue to, push my ideas further and start developing products featuring my illustrations by utilizing different art forms and methods beyond the traditional.

See more work here: Website | Instagram | Shop

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Sarah Aspinall
Penguins-Love-Colors-photo-of-bookThe product I would love to tell you all about is my brand new debut Picture Book- ‘Penguins Love Colors’, (Blue Sky Press, Scholastic). Official release date 29th November- just in time for the holidays!! :) There is also an animated trailer I had made especially: Here

Link to buy : click here to order! (is also available at Barnes and Noble and Independent book sellers throughout the country, as well as at Walmart and Target).

Aimed at ages 2-6, the story is about 6 creative little penguins who LOVE to paint! Living in a world covered in snow, they decide to brighten things up one day as a colourful surprise for their penguin Mama who loves colors too!

The classes have been invaluable in terms of helping me to develop my work. One of the first briefs Lilla gave during my first MATS Class, was a Christmas card with a penguin on it! I came up with a very strange design, but didn’t stop refining and experimenting for many months afterwards… and now I have not one, but TWO children’s picture books all about my little penguins. ‘Penguins Love Their Abc’s’, will be out this time next year. Hooray!!

My plan for 2017 is to expand into some different illustration markets. Editorial, paper goods and baby/children’s products would be wonderful. I also hope to build upon book series, I have everything crossed for a third book, and hope the release of my first will expose my work to art directors all over the world.

See more here: Website | Instagram

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Ruth Hickson

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My Christmas decorations came directly from the Lumberjack assignment in Bootcamp! They comprise a collection of woodland themed characters handmade from beautifully soft lumberjack flannel embellished with felt, buttons and sequins – I loved the assignment and was so inspired that I actually made the decorations and they are available to buy on my Etsy shop.

I have taken MATSB (live) Bootcamp and MATS A and B self paced – just signed up for children book course too – can’t wait! Mats courses have really revolutionised my creative process, I draw, draw, draw all the time now and with a much more varied subject matter than before – I don’t restrict myself anymore and enjoy it more as a result. The courses also pushed me into developing new work for different markets, not only that but through Mats I have made wonderful supportive friends online, who share ideas, opportunities and advice with such wonderful openness i feel totally blessed.

See more work here: Website | Shop

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Kim Fleming | Kim Fleming Illustration

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A wintry watercolour pattern. Link to purchase

I’ve taken MATS A&B and several Bootcamps

The MATS classes I took helped my work go to the next level through focusing on trends and limited colour palettes. For 2017 I am hoping to get some more licensing work!

See more work here: Website | Shop

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Christine Anderson

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I was thinking of fun and festive animal characters for this design. I have taken MATS Bootcamp and the Home Decor class. Taking the Make Art That Sells Classes have really helped me realize the importance of ICONS . Focusing on and making lots of icons has really allowed my art to grow, because it makes it so much easier to design multiple pieces that coordinate and be suitable for a variety of surfaces.

See more work here: Website | Instagram

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This was a card for last years  world wide secret Santa put together by Elise Chevry of Les Ephelides Design. I have taken MATS A and B and Bootcamp 2015, 2016.
These classes have brought my passion back for art after a 20 year delay. It has made me more focused and timely. I am still working on modernizing my style. It has especially introduced me to a wonderful group of artists which has really been one of the best rewards.
In 2017 I plan to enter a local juried competiton (Art on the Creeks).
See more work here: Instagram

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Transform your art career and Make Art That Sells. Registration is open for Illustrating Children’s Books (starts 16 January, 2017), Assignment Bootcamp (starts March 2017) and our amazing self-paced versions of MATS A & MATS B which include a huge vault of reviews from Lilla and class assignments from all our previous sessions.

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