Art Swans Up/Down

All-over Print on Fabric & Products


On one of my photo days I met this beautiful, elegant & majestic swan.
“She” totally fell in love with my camera, showing off her true colors.
I came to think of the delicate & elegant lines found in the decade of Art Nouveau.

Choose from a vast amount of fabric  & create your own textile product or buy finished home textiles.
You can supplement your textile design with the photo of my beautiful muse; See the Photo Art HERE.

The buttons below will take you to my SpoonFlower Store..

How To Navigate at SpoonFlower

After clicking the “Shop Print On Fabric” button:

> Select Fabric type and amount to your right
> If you wish to buy another Ejm Art design
 LOOK DOWN TO THE Left and click 👉 By EjmArt to find other Ejm Art prints to select on a vast amount of fabrics. 

After clicking the “Shop Print On Home Products:

> if you wish  to select another product with ejmart design LOOK UP TO THE RIGHT > type “ejmart” and/or “the name of the design” at the search field top right & add  e.g. “in Living & Decor” or “in Bedding” (the product you would like to buy in the design).

If you loose track of Ejm Art designs, you can always type “ejmart” in the search field and find your way back.

The Art Swans up/down are handdrawn art nouveau & deco inspired artwork, afterwards vectorised (digital drawn). The print can be used for many purposes. 

Art nouveau and Art deco are some of my favorite periods in history.  Some of my prints are inspired from Gustav 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: