Celtic Swan

All-over Print on Fabric & Products


I strive for perfection,
my beautiful Celtic Swan.
Did I fail you? I see you…
Your imperfection, so I hurried to fix you…
No, I dare to let You be,
suddenly I see..
My perfect imperfection.

The pattern print is available on a vast amount of fabrics & more.
E.g sew The Bat Dress. Here shown in chiffon with a jersey lining.

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The Art Swans Chess are handdrawn art nouveau & deco inspired artwork, afterwards vectorised (digital drawn). 

Art nouveau and Art deco are some of my favorit periods in history. Some of my prints are inspired from Klimt´s use of gold and glitter and others are inspired from the beautiful architectural and painting lines used in the work of Hector Guirmar and Alfons Mucha.


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 Art check are handdrawn (afterwards vectorised/digital drawn) art nouveau swans bordered by flowers in half drop on a checked pattern. 

Art nouveau and Art deco are some of my favorit periods in history. Since my choice of adding Celtic vibes to my designs, I have learned so much more about hidden symbols and fascinating stories associated to them… 

Besides studying the history of tartans, my poem has been inspired from the following website, which reading I found very interesting: