My February Mood Board

This month I am playing on my mood board with a very specific color scheme and images. In the search for a new branding concept and no exact idea of what I wanted to display on the wall (on purpose), I found myself drawn to these images and they will help to define my color scheme.

My february mood board - Eclectic Trends

My february mood board - Eclectic Trends

Images: Bungalow Classic, Norman Posselt, Taylor Katherine, Matthieu BelinNathalie Weinberger, Aleksander Vakoviev

Sometimes I use my mood boards when I want to find a visual language that comes out of intuition and gut feeling.  It’s the very first exercise of many that will come getting more structured and shaped from that moment on.

So here it goes: it’s about self-expression, clear communication, inner freedom, nature, and my ceramics play a certain role too. The trend chapter is somehow in there through the center image and the lady standing in that dry corn field. Now, I have to see how to translate that into a firm concept:) Will share once it’s finished. G, x

How about some extra inspiration?

3 Responses

  1. Beautiful Gudy. I love the simplicity of this moodboard and the green coming down is so pretty and delicate. I thought you did your website not long ago? Mel x

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