Pattern

Hexagon: Shape Inspiration

I've briefly mentioned and posted images of things I like and am inspired by.  Geometric architecture, symmetric patterns, and nature are things I am constantly amazed by and drawn to.  When I first moved to California I immediately noticed and appreciated the immense about of nature.  The beach and mountains are easily within reach, and the vibrant, beautiful flowers that thrive here year round make simple walks outside worth while. I happened to watch a few bee documentaries regarding Colony Collapse Disorder and the deep impact of "disappearing" bees.  After I learned more about bees and how their role in the environment sustains life I began to really take notice of two things: 1) Bees pollinating 2) The Hexagon/honeycomb shape

The relationship between bees and the honeycomb/hexagon shape is the inspiration behind my first collection.  

I took notice of this bright pink, fuzzy flower walking in my neighborhood. Took a closer look and this guy was doing work! 

I took notice of this bright pink, fuzzy flower walking in my neighborhood. Took a closer look and this guy was doing work! 

Bees and flowers have played a big role in my first collection and presentation. 

Hanging light fixtures outside my bank

Hanging light fixtures outside my bank

Parking structure on Wilshire Boulevard with interlocking hexagons 

Parking structure on Wilshire Boulevard with interlocking hexagons 

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I love the hexagon shape because it can create such interesting patterns connected or standing alone 

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Bees are physically small, but are such a big part of everyday life.  They are responsible  for sustaining our natural food sources and pollination. 

Bees are physically small, but are such a big part of everyday life.  They are responsible  for sustaining our natural food sources and pollination. 

Even though honeybees are small they are incredibly hard workers.  Their efforts directly affect our lives.  The Hex Collection embraces the honeybee and honeycomb. Although the pieces are small and delicate they are part of your everyday life and wardrobe.