Landscape designer and non-secateur blogger, Dustin Gimbel, hosted the latest version of his Cross-Pollination Garden Party in Long Beach recently. And, as usual, it was a lively event featuring delicious food and drink, stimulating conversation and the chance to catch up with talented folks from a variety of creative disciplines. This iteration I collaborated with Gimbel on the invitation for the party — his concept, my artwork — and when it was finished we agreed it was pretty awesome. So why not share? To that end I’ve applied the design to both tee-shirts (shown above on local chanteuse and model, Alexandra) and on prints (framed and unframed), both available now at my Society 6 shop. Click over to find links for both. Proceeds from all sales will go toward future Cross-Pollination events.
And you can catch Dustin at South Coast Plaza this weekend at the Arts & Leisure Show Garden, part of its Southern California Spring Garden Show. Find out more by clicking here, or by going to his Facebook page: click here.
Cross-Pollination 2015 artwork includes Michelangelo’s David kitted out in gardening gear, wielding a spade. Overhead, the sun alludes to that other cross-pollination process and is a honeycomb; friendly bees buzz while a list of creative occupations makes up the sun’s rays.
CROSS-POLLINATION PRINT (select framed or unframed in your desired size or frame option) by clicking here.
CROSS-POLLINATION T-SHIRT (select size, style, color) by clicking here.
PLEASE NOTE: Design will look best on white or light colored shirts, etc.
Other clothing options are available, including sweatshirts and hoodies.