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ImageCore gets born at Hañhi Design, Joensuu, Finland.

ImageCore helps you when shopping.

ImageCore also works as a piece of art.

ImageAt the end of the day Core can be found just under your head.

 

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pm

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It´s time to celebrate the very first birthday of my Piia Myller Design website! How awesome is that! What better way to celebrate it than to organize PMD´s very first GIVEAWAY. Because of the upcoming Valentine´s Day the prizes are in twos. You and your friend have an opportunity to win tote bags and plastic keychains with my new print Sisin (Core).

You can take part by commenting here (or in my Facebook page) or just send me email (designer@piiamyller.fi). Don´t forget to include your own email address so I can contact the lucky winner. Also remember to share this with your friends! You´ll have time to participate until 14.2.2014.

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I´ve had this weird fascination with internal organs, bones and such for some time now. I guess it started years ago when I flicked through some old anatomy books with awesome drawings and saw the inner beauty.

One night I couldn´t get any sleep so I started going through some of my old drawings. A few stood out from the crowd and I began merging them together in one drawing. This is what came out: a print called Sisin (Core). While creating it I felt sort of a pressure in my chest, a huge urge to take a deep breath, to turn things inside out, to see and feel what lays beneath the surfice, to grow something new from what you already have. For me Sisin depicts all that. Everyone is free to make their own interpretations or just see the visual side of it.

Yet again I have to say thank you a million times to Esa from Olavi Creative for creating PMD website!!!

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pm

It´s been years since the last time I printed fabric using a drawing of my own. I had forgotten how rewarding it is to go through the whole process from illustrating to making the screen and then finally printing a product.

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I´ve had this weird fascination with internal organs, bones and such for some time now. I guess it started years ago when I flicked through some old anatomy books with awesome drawings and saw the inner beauty.

One night I couldn´t get any sleep so I started going through some of my old drawings. A few stood out from the crowd and I began merging them together in one drawing. This is what came out: a print called Sisin (Core). While creating it I felt sort of a pressure in my chest, a huge urge to take a deep breath, to turn things inside out, to see and feel what lays beneath the surfice, to grow something new from what you already have. For me Sisin depicts all that. Everyone is free to make their own interpretations or just see the visual side of it.

The same organic theme can also be seen in my other products. For instance my Half of Me – bronze pendant is a good example because the idea for the shape came from a bone.

xoxo,

pm

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It all started a few days ago when I had a moment of madness. Maybe because of this year coming to an end and feeling a need to have things in order.. For whatever reason I looked at all my pencils and markers and started going through them to get rid of the ones that aren´t working anymore. It took me some time but as a result (in addition to neat and fairly organized jars of art supplies) I have a few fun illustrations.

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I started making lines to see wheter or not my markers and whatnots were already useless. But instead of throwing the piece of paper away I kept going and after a little while I had a simple illustration infront of me.

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But that wasn´t enough. After organizing, throwing useless things away and putting everything back in place I felt a strong urge to draw more. This took me a couple of nights to finish but I like what I see; an imaginary world full of bizarre detail.

With all this said and done I´m going to settle down and have a quiet Christmas. Enjoyable X-mas to all!

 

xoxo,

pm

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These line drawings just keep on coming.. It´s obvious I´m still obsessed with this kind of mindless therefore relaxing illustrating. (Older pieces in Pinterest.)

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pm