Tuesday, November 27, 2012


Society6 just keeps getting better. They recently added tote bags, which are awesome, and now they have throw pillows! You can get them in different sizes either with the pillow insert or just the case.

You can check out more of my throw pillows here. Yeah!


Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Free Shipping!

Hooray! Free shipping in my Society6 shop! (Sale does not include framed prints and stretched canvases  - but applies to everything else!) To get the free shipping, you need to click through this link:  Shop Here!

Sale lasts through September 16th! Follow me on my Society6 page here: http://society6.com/jessicamacon

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

More Moma

I had a great time when my sister was visiting! I am still going through all the photos I took. I love having a digital camera and being able to shoot hundreds of photos, but for a somewhat indecisive person I'm having a hard time choosing the ones I like the most. The Cindy Sherman exhibit was awesome and overall my entire trip there was so inspiring. I really need to go more often. Here are a few of my favorite pieces.

László Moholy-Nagy

Josef Albers
Homage to the Square: Confident

Robert Rauschenber
Max Ernst
La famille nombreuse (The Large Family)


The last one is really fantastic because it's just chock full of goodies. One could really spend lots of time taking this one all in. It's no wonder the artist spent years working on it! Jess began making it in 1976 and worked on it until 1991, but conceived the idea for it in 1959 (a 30 year span!). Time well spent in my opinion.



Tuesday, August 28, 2012

SF and sisters

Well folks, it's been a rad summer. I traveled to San Francisco for an awesome two week vacation.  Sisters unite!!!

Jessica and I ventured into the SF MOMA for the Cindy Sherman exhibit (which she has great pictures to post). There were several rooms dedicated to her large scale photos. Besides the amazing photographs from Cindy Sherman, there were tons of other awesome things to see!

Here's some of the artists that most inspired me:

Joseph Cornell:

Barry Mcgee:

Paul Klee:
No. 14, 1960
(this picture really doesn't do the colors justice as they are mesmerizing in person)

And just because, this is the view from the top floor of SF MOMA:

We also stopped at a really cool sculpture garden in Sonoma. There were a bunch of amazing, interesting sculptures as well as conceptual spaces done by various artists. Certainly a great interlude to all those lovely wineries! Here's a few of the sights that intrigued me:

I had a great trip! Sadly, of course, saying goodbye to my sister is never easy. But alas, the summer is dwindling down and school is about to start up. Fall is around the corner. I'm looking forward to it though :)

♥ Krysia ♥

Thursday, June 28, 2012

Wood cuts.

Here are two new reduction wood cuts, inspired partially by Alex Grey. The reduction wood cut technique is challenging, yet oh so rewarding. Once a layer is printed, the next is carved out of the wood completely eliminating the previous work. The colors didn't come out exactly as I had hoped, but I still like the finished product. The second print was an experiment.

Sunday, May 6, 2012

Take a look

Shop update! The new painting is a variation of a series. I like adding to a design. That's the beauty of sacred geometry, the variations are endless. 

Monday, April 9, 2012

society6 cases

society6 has been a favorite of mine for a while. I finally joined and have 2 iphone cases available for purchase. If you haven't been to society6 before, get ready to stay for awhile!
Krysia has also joined society6 with the most amazing photographs! Visit us here: