Art Nouveau has more of a dreamy quality to it than Art Deco. Designs tend to be lacquered and inlaid between gold-toned lengths of brass wire. They celebrate the beauty of the natural world, but can also incorporate other design elements. I tried to reflect those elements with these designs.
Art Nouveau Dirigibles
This first design celebrates the beauty of a gorgeous day for flying with a few puffy clouds and some light breezes.
Dirigibles are similar to hot air balloons in that they are both forms of lighter-than-air travel. Unlike hot air balloons, dirible envelopes are formed over a stiffened framed of wood, metal, or composite. Similar to modern aircraft, they also feature engines and propellers, and can adjust altitude, speed, and direction at will. Unlike modern aircraft–and similar to hot air balloons– unless badly damaged, they aren’t dependent on constant motion to stay airborne.
This Art Nouveau design in periwinkle celebrates pregnancy and the joys of becoming and being a mother.
Art Nouveau Seasons
These designs celebrate all four seasons of the year, and are intended to be evergreen for everyday use in Home Decor.
Sunny Weather Designs
Coordinate with Dirigibles Cerulean Blue and Seasons designs.