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"Mustard" by Arielle Jovellanos

Arielle Jovellanos

"Mustard" by Arielle Jovellanos

$ 25.00
Color Anthropology
– How Color Shaped the World –

Color Anthropology features sixty international illustrators and designers who, through their prints and originals, have provided a snapshot into the history, significance, and prominence of some of their favorite colors from throughout the ages. From Egyptian Blue to Millenial Pink, Ancient to Contemporary, each color has stories we can't even begin to imagine. The Color Anthropology Exhibition is on display March 21st - May 20th, 2017.

You can view the gallery and archive of artwork here.


Arielle Jovellanos
New York

Color: Mustard / #FFDB58
Giclee Print
12" x 16"

About this piece:
With designers like Mary Quant making vibrantly colored mod clothing featuring doll silhouettes and mini skirts, the 1960s became a fashion revolution. After the tailored trends of the 40s and 50s, the 60s focused on playfulness and the return of youth to the forefront of popular culture. The 60s welcomed the shift from black and white television to color. The palette of the era took inspiration from nature, with golds, oranges and yellows often pumped to more psychedelic saturations. My personal favorite Mary Quant dresses fall in the mustard family and this piece is an homage to the fashion and interior design of the era!

About this artist:
Arielle Jovellanos is a freelance illustrator, comic artist, and art educator based just outside of NYC. She makes narrative illustrations, usually with very fashionable young people wearing clothes she wishes she had. Her comic work has been featured in the Eisner and Harvey nominated anthology Fresh Romance, among other publications. Outside of work, she loves sitcoms, show tunes, superheroes, succulents, sartorialism, and storytelling structure. (Also alliteration, apparently.)


Purchasing Limited Edition Prints:
All prints are made per order on archival, premium matte paper with archival inks. Prints will be individually wrapped in a poly bag and shipped in a rigid cardboard tube within one week of your purchase. For national orders, you can expect your purchased print(s) within 10 days of purchase, while international shipping will vary. **We are a small team and are only able to fill orders on Wednesdays and Fridays. As soon as your package has filled, you will receive an email confirmation and tracking number. There may be short processing period between packaging and shipping. We are not responsible for stolen, damaged, or unclaimed packages.

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If you purchase an original artwork from the exhibition, it will be carefully packaged and shipped after the closing of the exhibition. You will be notified when your package has shipped. We send all originals with tracking, insurance, and signature confirmation.

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