Today starts the next monthly installment of The Digit-al Dozen. This week we are focusing on "art" in any form or style. For many of us in the group, this month has been the most challenging so far. Myself included. I am thrilled to show you today's mani, especially because it is something I'd never have created had it not been for this challenge. I certainly had to think hard and research to decide what to do for this week. For the first one, I found inspiration in Vassily Kandinsky - (Source: Moma.org) "Russian painter, printmaker, stage designer, decorative artist and theorist. A central figure in the development of 20th-century art and specifically in the transition from representational to abstract art, Kandinsky worked in a wide variety of media and was an important teacher and theoretician. He worked mainly outside Russia, but his Russian heritage continued to be an important factor in his development."
My inspiration "Colour Studies With Technical Explanations" by Kandinsky
Born Pretty Store: BK Sweet Candy #20, March Sweet Candy Colors #2, BK Sweet Candy #41
OPI Eurso Euro and Ciate Stiletto
Born Pretty polishes were easy to work with. The light yellow and mauve color have a nice opaqueness to them and the March polish, a kind of pumpkin orange was more on the jelly side, I needed to go over it at least 2 times for the coverage you see here. I'm really digging on it's unique color! If you decide to order from Born Pretty, remember to use my CODE for a 10% DISCOUNT :) Here it is: DS7X31
OK loves! That's it until tomorrow. Did you like this one? Do you have the patience to pull it off? Do you think I represented the art piece?
All the best, Victoria
P.S.I can't wait to see what the other ladies have come up with. Check them out too:
*Born Pretty products provided for review