Boomschors
(5 Variations)

Een Tropische Dag
(1 Variation)

Exotische Tuin
(1 Variation)

Gesnedenblad
(6 Variations)

Kringen
(5 Variations)

Mierenpad
(5 Variations)

Mos
(6 Variations)

Regenwoud
(1 Variation)

Spinnerag
(5 Variations)

Stekelige Takken
(4 Variations)

 

Tropisch Bos
(1 Variation)

Tropische Bloemen
(1 Variation)

 

The Artist


Sarah started her creative studio in February 2014. She often premiere her new drawings and print designs twice a year at the textile shows Première Vision in Paris and Heimtextil in Frankfurt.

Her drawings are mainly inspired by daily life situations, animals and nature. Her goal is to further develop this graphic style and aesthetic in self-initiated or commissioned projects.

“I try to maintain a graphical language that is bold, simple, brute, witty, straightforward and with a touch of humour.”


The Artist


Sarah started her creative studio in February 2014. She often premiere her new drawings and print designs twice a year at the textile shows Première Vision in Paris and Heimtextil in Frankfurt.

Her drawings are mainly inspired by daily life situations, animals and nature. Her goal is to further develop this graphic style and aesthetic in self-initiated or commissioned projects.

“I try to maintain a graphical language that is bold, simple, brute, witty, straightforward and with a touch of humour.”


The Artist


Sarah started her creative studio in February 2014. She often premiere her new drawings and print designs twice a year at the textile shows Première Vision in Paris and Heimtextil in Frankfurt.

Her drawings are mainly inspired by daily life situations, animals and nature. Her goal is to further develop this graphic style and aesthetic in self-initiated or commissioned projects.

“I try to maintain a graphical language that is bold, simple, brute, witty, straightforward and with a touch of humour.”