Lady Rene

Lady Rene Printed Flasks

Miranda Rowe is an artist and graphic designer currently living in “Famously Hot”, Columbia, SC. A great departure from her small home town in western, New York. With an excitement for art and design she studied at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh graduating with a bachelor of science degree in graphic design. Miranda has used her talents as a designer to create several products including her line of paint-by-number murals for kids rooms and one-of-a-kind handmade flasks. Visit Miranda’s websites at www.moppetmurals.com and www.ladyrene.com

The “Lady Rene” brand defines a woman who is sophisticated, fashionable, loves all things girly and retro.Thank you for visiting my shoppe here on Etsy. I put a lot of time into my products and hope that you enjoy them as much as I do. And hopefully find something you just can’t live without!!!…

Lucius Art

Lucius Art Graphic Prints on Wood Block

I am a graphic designer and artist from Chicago and I love working with old textures, vintage design elements, old photographs, and animals in my digital artwork.

Each and every one of our wood block prints are made my hand in our basement. They are are mounted, sealed, stained, and packed by my wife Christy and I.

My work has been featured on HGTV Design on a Dime, Crate & Barrel, Fossil, Decor8, Apartment Therapy, and Timeout New York.In 2013 I partnered with Nordstrom and brought my wood block art prints to stores across the country.

Thank you for for interest in my work. It is people like you that allow me to do what I love.

MadCanvases

MadCanvases Photo Collage on Wood Block & Pillows

Mandy creates digital black and white photography collages which are sublimated onto canvas fabric.  She is a self-taught digital artist and uses her own photographic images as a base before manipulating them into an abstract, layered design.  Her pieces focus on the well-known landmarks of the city and the architectural aspects within.

The process of sublimation turns the inks from a liquid directly into a gas when they are heat pressed onto the canvas, where the ink essentially becomes a part of the fabric and allows the texture of the canvas to remain untouched.

Mandy has exhibited her work in art festivals, small galleries and coffee shops throughout Chicago and the suburbs and continues to look for new locations for her next piece.  She has expanded to landmarks across the Midwest and recently took trips to Boston, New York, Washington DC and Nashville to take photographs for future designs.  She also enjoys working with personal photos to create a one of a kind design that makes for an unforgettable gift.

Mandy graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a degree in Computer Engineering in 2003.  After moving to a new condo the West Loop in 2008, Mandy was faced with the task of decorating a large blank wall in her living room.  Her husband and she decided that they wanted artwork that represented Chicago and their new neighborhood but was not the standard, big box store version of the Chicago Theater sign.  Mandy ventured out to take pictures of landmarks around the West Loop and upon realizing that many of her photos weren’t the type to blow up for large format printing, she decided to try collaging four or five of the pictures together to digitally create one design and her style was born.