A favorite of Amy's - building functional and one of a kind pieces from stark white porcelain to earthly toned stoneware.
Some found or forgotten, others new, all eco-friendly materials & printing practices are used when creating our products.
All textiles are created with combined talents of Amy's love of drawing and David's eye for creating amazing patterns.
New Wall Covering
New Wall Covering made from watercolor.
Art Trax Gallery Exhibit on 7/30 in FAT Village Artwalk
We’re excited to be a part of the FAT Village Artwalk again this month at Art Trax Gallery! Our friend, Cheryl Brown, has an amazing ceramics studio and had invited us to show some new work… we hope you can stop by. If you can’t come, please check out our work available on […]
A few paintings created for an interiors project.
Art Trax Gallery Exhibit on 1/30 in FAT Arts Village
We’re excited to be a part of this months FAT Village Artwalk this Saturday, 1/30! This gallery was previously 535 Arts Collective and in located at 535 NW 1st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 We’re showcasing a new wallpaper pattern along with some sea inspired artwork just outside our friend, […]
Added new wallcovers to wallcovering section, stop by and have a look. www.sodadna.com/wallcovering/
Fat Village at Studio 535 Fine Arts Collective Nov 28th
Come out and see us tonight at our first time showing during the FAT Village Artwalk in Fort Lauderdale, FL . We’re featuring some new wallpaper and textile patterns on the wall next to our friend’s studio, Cheryl Brown, a ceramic artist. From 6-10 at FATVillage at 535 NW 1st Ave. […]
We just had our September Dekkagon show for the monthly artwalk – and made a bold print for this month! We’d love to use this patterned wallpaper in someone’s home. It’d make a great splash and add life to an entry or focal point wall. David made this pattern from […]
David made an amazing wallpaper pattern from some grass blades I illustrated. This month we’re featuring some pieces (color themed) that represent our love of illustrating and pattern making. We incorportated some paper, paint, paper mache, porcelain and even vintage greek stamps (c. 1927). We are hoping that the storm […]