I recently had the opportunity to work with a lovely couple designing a set of lights for their kitchen. They knew the color scheme they wanted and the shape of the lights that made them smile. Then they left their project in my hands. After a number of emails and conversations, I narrowed down the choices and to my studio I went.
The creative process involves many more decisions than one would first think.
And the weight of those decisions is amplified when the work is being created for someone else, not just for the artist. Having art flow from my head to my hands to create something I love is one thing; trying to get it right for two other people in addition to myself can be a daunting task. I must say that all of us are thrilled with the results (check out the photo on the Visual Voodoo 2.0 page) and I truly had a blast working on this project!