Oh, the backgrounds you'll create when it's time to paint in your art journal!
(Of course, you can use Nathalie Kalbach's 8 new 9" x 12" large stencil designs
beyond backgrounds and beyond your art journal.)
snappy Mid Century pattern of Nathalie's Space Age Modern Stencil is based on vintage roller stamps. It's a little bit funky, a little bit abstract, and just the
right touch of old fashioned modern to keep your art journal, mixed media
pieces, and artwork hip.
The stencil design of Signals is based on vintage roller stamps that Nathalie found in an
antique shop in Germany. Its subtle pattern of delicate and irregular marks calls to mind the blips and beeps
of a telegram, radar sweep, or the music for a player piano.
beautiful, historic city of Kyoto inspired Nathalie to create this stencil. This balanced field of abstract lines and
hash marks captures both the traditional pattern motifs and the quiet
simplicity of the city.
Nathalie’s travels in Japan and the complex city of Tokyo inspired this stencil. The lively
abstract pattern of lines and marks captures both the frenetic energy of daily
life and the love of traditional arts in the city.
charming bloom design is alternated here with a bold fan shape, perfect for
creating fields of pattern with the Art Nouveau Wallpaper Stencil.
sunburst design with bold solid fan shapes of the Art Deco Summit Stencil was inspired by the art deco and architecture of Nathalie's neighborhood.
uplifting sunburst within a scalloped fan shape in the Art Deco Empire Stencil is perfect for creating fields
of pattern, continuous backgrounds, and luscious layers in your art journal,
mixed media pieces, and artwork.
The Art Deco Fairview Stencil, full of meandering curves, was
inspired by the street names in Nathalie’s neighborhood and the gorgeous
architectural and ironwork patterns that adorn many of the buildings in the
You will find all of Nathalie Kalbach's stencil designs here.
So many great patterns!ReplyDelete
Natalie you've done it again with your wonderful designs. I especially liked the Kyoto and Tokyo and the Art Deco Empire stencils.ReplyDelete