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Artist Spotlight: Ariel Davis
When Unbounded Leather came to me in an effort to collaborate; I was about to embark on a solo adventure to Paris, France. I wanted to incorporate my experience into the designs I was creating for their artist collaboration series, but also give a nod to Brandon Pederson, who worked with Unbounded before me. He created the honeycomb design, which led me to thinking about pollinators, flowers and gardens.
While I was on my trip, I visited many museums, gardens and galleries; taking hundreds of pictures along the way.
On one of my walks, I learned that Paris has a rooftop bee keeping program on top of many of the most famous landmarks and also tucked away in Paris' gardens; including places I visited like the Musée de Orsay and Luxembourg Gardens.
I took that bit of unusual information I learned as a sign to move forward with the bee concept. I also love that bees are so tiny, yet so important to the world as we know it. They have a sense of purpose, have the freedom to fly and go where they choose.
The other designs are all taken from moments during my trip. The diamond design is from flooring down a hallway at Versailles, and the flowers were some that I saw during one of my walks through a market.