Exclusive WOLF ‘Skull Repeat Pattern Series’ scarf designed by Krysten Newby.
Animal anatomy has always has a big influence on my work, even when I was little, I find it so inspiring.
I started out my alternative skull pattern designs by simply drawing, painting and playing around with different animal skulls.
As I began to replicate them, I noticed a pattern forming, almost the shape of a flower.
I loved the way that each different animal skull made a completely different pattern, so I continued to experiment. I then added some geometric shapes seamlessly complimenting the organic shapes the skulls have made.
The overall design looks like a simple pattern to begin with, then upon closer inspection, skulls appear.
Large 140cm square
Full print is visible on the front and reverse
Microfiber polyester with a slightly transparent effect
I am very pleased to present you with one of the first in a series of special products I have been working on - alternative handmade dreamcatchers.
This one features an oil painting of a handsome peacock on an actual primary wing feather from a peacock! Hand-painted by Krysten NewbyOther materials used: Natural peacock 'eye' train feathers, chunky textured wool, glass beads.
This listing is for a taxidermy Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris) perched on a natural wooden branch within a winter scene.
Realistic resin icicles hang from the branch, along with faux snow on the ground, which really gives this piece some life and character.
This bird was donated to me from Fenland Animal Rescue, after is sadly passed away after being found injured by a member of public.