Some recent work I did for SAS for a Trend book for the Prêt à Porter show in Paris. Outfit illustrations by Hélène Derighetti, painted backdrops and plant concept/photographs by me. *except the bird, which is not by me.
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I love the flowers heads, it looks fantastic!
These are so fun!!
i just LOVE the backgrounds..! runny watercolours in pastel colours get me every . single . time .
wow cheri. brilliant work! the colours are fabulous as well!
Very cool. They remind me a little of my favourite Tim Walker photos where the girls head was always obscured by enormous bunches of flowers.
LOVE how they did it…
I love splats. They’re fun.
stunning ! so much movement and whimsy, done so simply.
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