Surprised by an email from Oklahoma this morning, they want to adopt these Darth Vader in their warm home and it simply made me wow. You never know who needs you. Good energy is contagious. I have met so many amazing people this last years, and I love how energy is flowing around my head. I have been blessed with so many creative, clever, friendly people and I just can’t get enough. Thanks God for this happiness.
Say hi to my another incoming project. I should learn more and more about Islamic pattern and its color scheme right now. I have never tried that before, so I think I should definitely be able to do that.
I never be afraid to try new things with my art style, and make some mistakes. It’s all part of life and learning. And guess what, working with different clients out there is a kind of treasure. Connecting with creative people with fresh ideas, learning more new things from them and growing you skill. Being around with good energy and having more adventures in design, illustration and art. That’s why I call it precious treasure.
Super thrilled to be sharing this moment with you. I bet, never imagined it would happen to me right now. Today is the 3rd delivery of this artwork and they will fly to 3 different places; Pangkalan Bun Kalimantan, Jakarta and Chicago USA, yaiy!!! I find happiness in the simplest of things.
PS: These painting made for “Art Inspired By Star Wars” Exhibition held by Lenmarc Surabaya, exhibited along with 33 Surabaya Instagram Artist.
Surprise banget dapat kabar dari Kopi Keliling kalo lukisan mini “Tuan Muatiara Hitam” tentang budaya kopi suku Manggarai Flores, yang dipamerkan dii Jakarta bulan Agustus 2014 lalu, sold out to Owner Baraka Nusantara, Maryam Rodja.
Pameran yang diselenggarakan Kopi Keliling ini diadakan untuk mendukung pembangunan Rumah Belajar Sankabira di daerah Sembalun. Berikut interview Icha Dechapoe dengan Kopi Keliling lebih jauh mengenai konsep dan proses dibalik lukisan Tuan Mutiara Hitam, klik disini : Profil peserta pameran Kopi Keliling Volume 8: Icha Dechapoe