The summer lights collection was inspired by sun-bleached vintage boardwalks, neon signs, and coastline restaurants and boutiques. It was a fan challenge to create bright vibrant neon images that would stand the test of CMYK printing.
Pink Paislee always starts with a cut apart paper to encapsulate the entire collection. The mix of bright electric signs and washed out pastels is really exciting.
We tried a new technique with this line and panted over some beautiful water and floral photography. These papers make great backgrounds and a few people have even framed them as art in their homes!
This floral is another example of our painting technique, but more extreme than the landscape ocean print above. Not only did I paint over the photo but I added painterly textures to the photo itself with transparency masks. I was inspired by pool tile & vintage dressing rooms to create the back side of the paper and I love how well they pair together!
This graffiti page was one of the funnest papers to create in the entire collection. A mix of beauty type and hand-lettering make this a really memorable paper.
Who doesn’t need 99 neon hearts? I wish this was a real wall… so many great Instagram photos. 🙂