Way back in 2002-2005 I was really into making seamless patterns from vintage artwork and public domain pieces. I decided to bring them back because they make great face masks and phone covers! I’ve always loved these and it’s nice to find a good use for them. I have thousands, so keep an eye out for new ones every day!
The source for many of these patterns was either original artwork, vintage Victorian Christmas cards from the 1800’s or kid friendly, brightly colored public domain clipart.
I really enjoy making these patterns and seeing how good they look on a variety of products. This example is a floor pillow available at Society6. Very cool!
At Society6 you can even find sheer curtains and black out curtains featuring my original patterns. As soon as I find my cottage I’m probably going to get a set for myself.
As I said above, I have literally THOUSANDS of patterns and source material for many more so be sure to check often for new ones.
I’ve had a storefront at Society6 for about four years now but never really used it all that much. That finally changed this week! You can find me there at this link: https://society6.com/alesiakaye.
I started utilizing this website because I love some of the unique products they offer, stuff I’ve not seen at other print on demand locations. Like this credenza pictured at the left. How cool is this? Furniture – with my art or photography printed on it – stunning!
Another unique item is this cutting board featuring my photography. I’m really enjoying seeing the many products my art & photography can be integrated with.
So, be sure to stop by and say Hello! I’m in the process of uploading select photos right now and building the storefront and I should be adding some of my old art that used to be featured many years ago at other print on demand sites. I’m really excited to get back into the digital art realm of my work and creating new designs to feature! I’ll post here as I add new stuff.