Nautical prints always catch my eye. They instantly make me think of carefree days boating on a lake or sitting on a beach watching the sailboats go by. I found this shirt at a thrift store and loved how there was a big anchor shape knitted right into the fabric. I like how subtle the anchor is and I actually think it makes a greater impact being the same color as the rest of the shirt. I also think the cut of the neck is really interesting. It is a high, straight neck line with ribbed knitting, which you don’t see too often on today’s clothing. That’s one of my favorite things about thrifting, vintage silhouettes! I paired the look with some statement white earrings from my Mom’s collection, light-wash jeans and last but not least my favorite summer wedges! I LOVE these heels because I’ve never seen anything like them. They were made in Italy and have the words Dolce & Salato (Sweet & Savory) in Italian embroidered on them. To accompany the saying there is a slice of cake on the dolce heel and a savory egg dish on the right heel. They are so fun to wear and they certainly get people’s attention.
Today we are featuring Erisha from A Thing Created Illustration. We love her work because it is filled with charm, simplicity and glamour all at the same time! We also think it is great that she found a creative outlet that combines all of her inspirations. It reminds us that even though we all have limitations for what we can take on at one time, we do have the ability to create. So, follow in Erisha’s footsteps and create a world where you can tackle it all. For example, if you love fashion, baking and graphic design, use your imagination to develop something that culminates all of these interests. If Erisha found a way, so can you! Read on for a great interview as well as all the ways you can keep up with A Thing Created Illustration.
: What draws you to illustration?
— For me, it’s a way of celebrating beauty, and the best creative outlet in the world! I’m so inspired by so many creative industries – decorating, cooking, design, fashion – and I’ve always loved, arts, culture, beautiful cities – illustration lets me be a part of all these creative worlds with just a paintbrush and pencil!