Monday, August 9

Amazingly Cool Paint Creations by PJ Linden


We are constantly amazed by the work of PJ Linden! She creates amazing creations in Tulip® 3D Fashion Paint™ and Scribbles® Dimensional Fabric Paint! We just love the Rainbow fun in her 7D camera! Look at all the amazing sprinkles and detail! PJ says that she loves the endless possibilities with Scribbles and that it is her favorite medium of all time! Keep an eye on this one, one day you may just see her name on the gallery placards at MOMA!

Zoom Lens (in progress)
Here's a closer look at the detail!


Her shoe creations are cool as well. It is so interesting how a basic substrate like shoes is totally transformed into something high end when the paint is applied!


You know you want to rock these heels!


An iPhone case has never looked so cool. Makes me want to break out the paint and dot away at my own iPhone case!


Forget paying for expensive custom frames, these spotted spectacles would make everyone do a double take!


This candy sprinkle bear backpack is so unique. It must have taken forever to complete with all this detail!


Here's a cool video of her process that she calls "future preservation technique". It's so cool that she's using our paints to make modern art!


Check out more of PJ's creations at her site Wonderpuss Octopus Ink. Thanks for sharing with us what you love to create!

6 comments:

  1. Cool. But I would never even think of doing that to a camera.Perhaps being a photographer and collector I am a little biased. Perhaps an old cheap camera, but never one like she did.

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  2. I like it! I wonder what the process is for the multi-colored iPhone? One color at a time or random dots switching the colors on and off? Either way, too cool!

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  3. Wow, this is fabulous, are these beads made of plastic> they look really fantastic.

    face painting goleta

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  4. It must be terrible to own that 7D and then go and buy a new lens...

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  6. what kind of paint did she use?

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