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Georgie Malyon Uses Flowers to Create Dreamy Pastel Skull Prints

 - Mar 5, 2014
References: endemicworld & frankie.au
The skull-obsession is still going strong, and we're seeing many changes to the iconic figurine; one we've yet to see is romantic pastel skull prints.

Pastel colors have taken over the runway and have been the epitome of fashion, hairstyles and design for a few years now. Artist Georgie Malyon is combining the aesthetically pleasing colors of pastel and instilling it in her work with skulls. Malyon used to work as a florist, and she proves to have a knack in mixing colors, flowers and skulls to produce dreamlike, juxtaposed prints.

Malyon displays skulls and flowers in an arrangement that is hauntingly beautiful and distinct. The compositions are surreal and well balanced, which makes these prints perfect for anywhere in the home, and will help to brighten up the space.