Do you ever wonder how other artists and designers come up with their creative ideas? I do!
I am creatively curious! I love to see the process of how one’s mind works from start to finish.
Rosie Martinez-Dekker is a Mexican designer based in The Netherlands.Rosie graduated in graphic and textile design in the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City .After working several years as textile designer, art director and in the business side of textiles and apparel she decided, with her husband, to form Believe Creative studio in 2011. Believe Creative Studio creates prints & patterns focused on design for baby, children and teens products.
Rosie style is whimsical, colorful, playful and fun.She creates both digitally and hand painted.
Today, Rosie will be sharing with us the creative process behind the development of her logo and website.
Ta-da! Here she is!
Just a year ago I started also designing in Illustrator, and use the drawing tablet (Wacom) for the free sketchy style that I love so much.
I have a sketchbook but I have to confess that I am not very disciplined in sketching every time I create a pattern. I am a right in the moment kind of girl, so if I need inspiration I look for it in the moment and if necessary I sketch something right before starting creating.
I only go for one design, I do not do trials and colors ways, sometimes I just play with the background color, and that makes my design process easy and fast.
After 2pm. Is weird, but I do not manage starting early, I normally start my day sporting, walking my dogs, doing stuff, then after I had a nice lunch is when I feel more inspired and ready to create!
Thank you Rosie! Your branding totally suits you. It was interesting to see how it came about.
Please be sure to have a look at Rosie’s Look Book. The link is below. It’s very impressive. You will be very inspired to make your very own Look bBook.I want her to make one for me!
linked in: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rosamartinezdekker
I will be back again on Thursday with another What does your creative process look like? blogpost featuring Femi Ford!
Great blog on your creative process. Have you read The Creative Habit by Twyla Tharp? I got a lot out of that book , especially about “digging” for ideas.
I haven’t read it, but I am off to find it now! Thank you so much!
I meant to say “scratching for ideas” not “digging”, but I guess it’s the same thing.
Nice feature Rosie & Julie, and great moodboard!