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New York Vibrant Skyline Mug

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This New York City piece was inspired by a commission for a friend. She wanted a piece that captured a holiday to New York with an element of pop art. The artist used the binoculars from the empire state building as the backdrop for the 2 cities and a Lichtenstein inspired polka dot design. The actual images themselves are drawn with pigment ink pen and are black and white. Based on the holiday photos, the illustration captures the main landmarks in NYC, everything from the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty to the Broadway shows, elements of street art and the heady mix that makes up New York.



The colorful background for this drawing is done in watercolors and Indian ink and put together digitally for a vibrant and colorful finish.

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Available in inky blue, this New York City mug was inspired by a friend. She wanted a mug that captured a holiday to New York with an element of pop art. The artist used the binoculars from the empire state building as the backdrop for the 2 cities and a Lichtenstein inspired polka dot design for this cup.

The actual images themselves are drawn with pigment ink pen and are black and white. Based on the holiday photos, the illustration captures the main landmarks in NYC, everything from the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty to the Broadway shows, elements of street art and the heady mix that makes up New York.

The colorful background for this drawing is done in watercolors and Indian ink and put together digitally for a vibrant and colorful finish.

About the Artist:
Mehia Hindocha has been painting and illustrating all her life, but only recently began creating household items from her work. With a degree in graphic design combines with her fine arts talent, Mehia aspires to create one-of-a-kind pieces that tell a story. The closer you look, the more you see.