Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) January 09, 2014
HarmonyWishes, inc., a boutique e-card provider featuring images from around the world, announces a line of products for interior design and gift presentation.
"It’s clear with the popularity of Tumblr and Pinterest design blogs that people are hungry for visual stimulation and looking for ways to bring unique designs into their own environment" says HarmonyWishes owner, Meg Matlach. " The HarmonyWishes Collection offers a perspective which uses original photography to create a sensory design experience."
"As evidenced by the HarmonyWishes e-card line, the philosophy that artwork and imagery should not just reside in museums and art galleries can be leveraged through technology to enhance our own personal spaces" explains HarmonyWishes Art Director, Michael Matlach. "We've chosen Spoonflower as our production platform because of their high quality materials."
The designs produced by the husband and wife team amplify and replicate small vignettes from around the world into patterns which build upon the spirit of the original image.
There are currently 20 designs to choose from with more in production. Collections include Robot and Spacemen, Surfer, Patterns, Heartfelt, Vintage, Dance and In The Kitchen Series.
HarmonyWishes Collection of textiles and paper goods can be found here.
Founded in 2007, HarmonyWishes Art E-Cards mission is to provide an alternative way of communicating through a visually and intellectually stimulating choice of unique images that have a global perspective and foster spiritual diversity. In a world which is consistently bombarded by negative images and actions, HarmonyWishes provides a much needed visual sanctuary for personal reflection and communication using uplifting images, words, and music. Their galleries contain over 500 images, 250 quotes, and original music scores. More information can be found at HarmonyWishes,inc.
HarmonyWishes also has a blog which focuses on global organizations, art, music, sustainability and a variety of cultural topics.
A demo video can be found here.