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I wear my paintings...Ja oblačim svoje slike....













There is more than one way to show your paintings to the world. When it comes to painting on clothes, let me tell you it really isn't that much different from painting on canvas (and canvas is made of cotton just like this shirt) .

 I've written about textile paints so many times, so not to repeat myself, feel free to check out the technique herehere , here , here, and here. (I could  probably find a dozen more links, that's how often I posted about it. If anyone is interested, I can always put all of them in one post)

This post is actually  a continuation of the one posted before the last post ( the interview). The outfit is pretty much the same, the only difference being the shirt I'm wearing. Summer is giving way to Autumn slowly, so carrying one long sleeved clothing item  in your bag is usually a good idea.

Postoji više od jednoga načina da pokažete svoje slike svijetu. Kada se radi o slikanju na odjeću, ono zaista nije puno različito od slikanja na platnu ( slikarsko platno se također radi od pamuka kao i ova košulja).  

Pisala sam o tekstilnim bojama puno puta, tako da se ne ponavljam možete kliknuti na bilo koji od linkova u tekstu na engleskom, a mogla bi uključiti još više veza jer sam stvarno često objavljivala o tome. (Mislim da sam im stavila dovoljno, ali ako koga zanima nije mi problem prikupiti ih sve).

Ovaj post je zapravo nastavak na pretprošli, odjevna kombinacija je praktički ista, jedina razlika je u košulji koju nosim. Ljeto polako prelazi u jesen pa ima smisla nositi nešto dugih rukava u torbi. 

Comments

  1. Very interesting! I love colours of your outfit! :-)
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  2. Stvarno fora :) Kombinacija je odlicna i genijalno ti stoji a ideja s oslikavanjem je super... iako, ja ne bi imala hrabrosti :)

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  3. Che carina Ivana! Mi piace tanto la camicia con il tuo disegno, sei stata bravissima! E stai anche molto bene in queste foto!

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  4. I ja nosim svoje slike!!! Drago mi je da isto razmisljamo po tom pitanju! Super! pozzz
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  5. wow,what a perfect look,love that unique dress and simple coat
    you are really cute ,love you smile,pretty girl

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  6. I love your posts! I also love your photos! You're blog really standout! You're such an inspiration! Keep doing great!
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  7. Super izgledaš, haljina mi je predivnih boja, a košulja, fenomenalno izgleda.
    Super promocija svog rada. :)

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  8. Ovim si prevazišla i samu sebe! Kako je dobro i originalno! No comment! ;)

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  9. Great post :) I love your blog and I have followed you with Bloglovin and GFC. If you ever get a chance to check out my blog I would be delighted, thanks!

    Camille xo

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  10. Baš super i odlično se slika na košulji slaže s šarenom haljinom :)
    Ja apsolutno uvijek imam dugi rukav negdje u torbi, nikad se ne zna :)

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  11. This is great, and fun :-) I especially love the pictures on that narrow street, you can only see something like this in Europe ! Enjoy the weekend, Ivana!

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  12. You go girl! That is such a brilliant way to show your talent and it works. Very cute and you look gorgeous!

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  13. Everything what you wear is really original and exclusive. This jacket looks absolutely amazing with your lovely painting on the back:) It's unbelievable how you can transform things into something really special, which is really great:) Keep it up!
    Those photographs are really wonderful, please pass on my congratulations to your photographer who took them:)

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  14. That's a brilliant way to show your artwork to everyone! I love the painting on your shirt, it's beautiful. You rock girl! Big hugs!

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  15. It looks so cool and I love your dress! Fine art walking :)
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  16. This has to be one of my favorite outfits that I've seen recently; it works so well. And the art-on-the-shirt is a brilliant way of transforming 2D art into 3D outfit.

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  17. Dear Ivana, I can imagine you got really huge attention with this super outfit! I love your dress and the shirt with the drawing from you is the cherry on the cake. Further you look again so beautiful and I love the impressions from your town. Here in Bavaria we had last week some days which were even warmer than most of the summer days we had but the evenings are also more cold ... Wish you a happy rest of the weekend!

    Hugs and kisses from Germany/Bavaria, Rena

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  18. Stunning shirt beauty ! Your skirt is beautiful too :)

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  20. Ovo je toliko originalno! Ideja je fantastična. Toliko sam puta zamislila neku šaru koju nigde nisam mogla naći (sem u svojoj glavi naravno). :) Baš baš mi se dopala ideja!

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