i’m jealous of andrea cavagnaro

Sí, sí, sí indeed! Ok, I have to admit that I don’t understand anything {except sí} on the mainly Spanish blog of Argentinian artist Andrea Cavagnaro. I do, however, understand that her work is amazing! I always get excited by the stacks of colored felt at the art supply store, but I’ve never really known what to do with it. Do I wish that I’d done something as fantastic as this?… sí.

{titles in english: 1. every love is powerful  2. UFOs  3. inhale/exhale  4. yes}

{via Pattern Pulp … great Q&A with Andrea on there too!}

comments (12)

  1. Ana /// 02.03.2011 /// 8:33am

    The first one says: “All love is powerful”


  2. Ninotchka /// 02.03.2011 /// 8:35am


    1. “All love is powerful”

    2. “Inhale” “Exhale”

    3. Sí (ha ha)

  3. the jealous curator /// 02.03.2011 /// 8:42am

    oops! thanks for the corrected translation ladies!

  4. Tricia /// 02.03.2011 /// 8:50am

    Seriously, why didn’t I think of that?! Man, I feel like there is not a creative bone in my body!

  5. Janette /// 02.03.2011 /// 9:52am


    Danielle, I have the perfect angle for you: Create the same effect in CAKE. Layers. Yum.

  6. the jealous curator /// 02.03.2011 /// 10:07am

    mmmmm… i think you may be on to something ; )

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  8. Evita /// 02.04.2011 /// 9:13am


  9. Sarah /// 02.07.2011 /// 2:14pm

    These are awesome.

  10. andrea /// 02.19.2011 /// 4:56am

    Thank you! I am really happy that my work inspires good energy in others.

  11. the jealous curator /// 02.19.2011 /// 9:09am

    thank you andrea! your work is fantastic!!!

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