Illustrated flowers: the app

Hooray! I finally get to reveal a fun project I’ve been working on. On Friday, a brand new app called STUDIO was released in the Apple Store with an illustrated pack by yours truly. I had been wish listing making an app for awhile so I was thrilled to be asked to contribute. The app is quite fantastic. It’s like Photoshop in that you can work with graphics and add overlays to photos or what not. AND, you can also borrow elements from any user and apply it to your own designs. I’ve been using it for a few days and it’s so fun to try out new designs. PLUS, you can add it onto Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, or whatever.
So what did I do? I created a pack of illustrations with the Flowers theme. Shocking right? I did a few for you right here as a backdrop to my profile to give you an idea of what they look like. You can change the shape and size to truly make it your own, but here I left it black and white and put it behind my picture. 

I have found that the app allows me to play with different design elements and practice being a good graphic designer. If you wanted to, you could even design a poster or card or something and send it to your email and print it off or something. Easy squeezy.

Get the free Studio app here.



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