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(Entry for the Let's Have a Picnic! Handpicked Design Challenge)
Even though it will still be summer weather for a long time here in Virginia, I'm looking ahead to picnics in the crisp fall air. Here's my dream menu for a super easy and cozy fall picnic. I tried to structure this piece like a magazine spread, with seasonal flavors like cranberry, squash, and apple, and fun ideas for recyclable packaging and utensil-free eating.
I created this piece in watercolor, ink, and digital media. Special thanks to my mom Shelley, for helping me brainstorm the concept, my sister Katie for writing the snappy magazine-inspired copy, and Nate and Salli for the beautiful Corita font on the dish titles!
I am a Portuguese illustrator who has lived in Milan for 8 years. The memories I have of Portugal are varied but the smell of food that is felt throughout the house while my mom is cooking is one of the things I miss most. "Bacalhau" (cod fish) is in fact a very common food in our kitchens as well as chouriço accompanied by a good wine. This is thus a representation of a Portuguese house
Imagine having a picnic with your best friends in the middle of the forest by the light of the Full Moon! I was lucky enough to feel the excitement a few summers ago - getting on our bikes with all the yummy food, cakes and drinks packed in vintage baskets. Laying down on blankets which have been hand made by our grannies, decorating the trees with fairy lights and lanterns while climbing up on old wooden ladders and listening to music mixed with the sound of the wind.... I hope you get the feeling from my illustration (and try to find the secret watermelon stash), still in love with the memory of that night xx love, Ivy
An invitation to all for a picnic. Picnics are free, and it's for everyone. In times of Covid-19, although we cannot have large social gatherings, let's imagine the world is united in this fight and we can all have our picnics in the near future.