Illustration for a botanical issue of Pom Pom magazine
Editorial illustration for a spring issue of Pom Pom Quarterly, a magazine about knitting. The illustration is almost an infographic, showing what are natural and synthetic fibers made of. Two colors - burned orange and a lavender blue are differing two kinds of sources. A girl standing in the main spot of the illustration is trying to decide which kind of yarn she prefers to use. Both yarns are unraveling like the roots of a plant, and are reaching the materials they're made of, like a nettle, hemp, flax, kelp, bamboo, cotton, musk oxen, cashmere goat, sheep, angora rabbit, llama, plastic bottle, and a dinosaur which is symbolizing all the petroleum-based fibers.
The pattern design was based on my illustration in another color version and was used on a decorative envelope, a wrapping paper of the magazine.