The Colombian designer based in England shows us her family routine and her creative process Nature has always been a source of inspiration for Diana Beltrán Herrera ( @dianabeltranherrera ). Nothing more normal than the Colombian designer extracting from the beautiful natural environment of Bristol, England, where she has lived for years, the patterns, colors and shapes that she captures in her creations with paper, cardboard, paint and other materials. In this Domestika Diaries, the creator of papercraft projects for advertising.
International brands and publications shows us a little about her Image Manipulation Service routine with her family and her creation process. Find out in the video. The beautiful sculptures of birds, desert islands with palm trees, fox heads and a thousand other shapes are born from a lot of research. Every day, Diana searches for new aesthetic references and ways to put her ideas on paper. In the mornings, he is usually at home enjoying the company of his children. Likewise, he uses that part of the day to read about design, art and nature. Then walks through the woods of Bristol allow him to collect leaves, flowers and other .
Materials that he will reproduce in his works. "My workshop is 15 minutes from my house. So, when the day is sunny, I take the opportunity to walk and enjoy the landscape of the city, which is very green," he says. Being alone in her workshop to work, however, seems essential to her to concentrate and translate everything she has been observing. "What I do is very simple, really: tell stories on paper. The most complicated part is planning," she teaches, reinforcing the value of dedication and trial and error to achieve the best results. Did you like this video? Remember that you can learn with her to explore the possibilities of paper by transforming designs into volumetric shapes in her online course .