The Ed Hardy Skulls & Roses Chalkboard Edition for Women & Men feature fragrance bottles with a unique finish that allows you to draw on them with chalk!
PR was kind enough to send me both bottles, and encouraged me to put my spin on them.
Hehe, I’m not a great drawer, but when I was in school, I enjoyed doodling in my notebooks a lot for fun (especially if the class was boring – hey just being honest).
It’s been a long time since I doodled, so this little project brought out the kid in me (not that the kid in me ever really went far – just down the street, actually, to buy some candy!) 😉
In this post, I’ll show you in closer detail what I came up with. As a whole, I’m calling this collective, “Open Your Mind to Love”, which you may remember me showing on Instagram yesterday.
Here they are as clean canvases. They had no idea what atrocities were to befall them! 😉
I just had to let them know what each other was thinking. Put on your thinking cap!
The purple one is for women.
The red one is for men.
Each perfume or cologne comes in a box, and you get a piece of chalk with it.
The box shows you a design idea. It looks like a tattoo, which the Ed hardy brand is known for.
To use the fragrance, you need to turn and then pull the top. (Hope I didn’t hurt you, Ms. Skelly Ton!)
Here are the designs I came up with.
The first photo is the one I posted on Instagram yesterday.
And this is why I decided to call these two pieces “Open Your Mind to Love”. 🙂
A closer look at the Ed Hardy Skulls & Roses design I drew:
Here’s a closer look at the Ed Hardy Skulls & Roses fragrance for men with my doodles:
If you’re interested in more information about these fragrances, please refer to the official press release I posted not long ago.
If you’re curious about the skull scarves that were the backdrop in a few photos in this post, please check out this old post about some things I purchased from Garage.
What would you draw on your skulls? (Hehe, sounds funny!) When was the last time you doodled? Do you enjoy visual arts like painting?
Edit: It was already an honour to participate in the contest, but it’s really nice to hear encouraging words!