Local designer “Paigey!” is well known in the illustrator world as the wonder woman (literally) who creates comics, commissions and camaraderie.
This talented designer brings her art to life as she dresses the part by wearing crazy outfits, outlandish accessories and costumes. You’ll find Paigey in her favorite costumes and outfits at local events, comic book conventions or whenever the mood strikes.
It’s hard not to miss Paigey around Greenpoint and Bushwick as she is known for her free spirited wardrobe and sparkling personality.
She has developed her artistic talent with inspirations from vintage Looney Tunes, old tech savory cartoons and mid century American advertising. She is known best for her bodacious pin up art and emerging craftiness.
To expand her vision, she has since started branding items with her animated bombshell pin ups.
Paigey has created an assortment of merchandise, including pin up girl embellished lipstick cases, a line of glass jewelry and bottle cap necklaces.
Since the success of creating her ‘off paper’ line, she has gone into production of her next off-the-wall idea: a line of decoupage coffin shaped boxes that she calls “coffin girls.”
The line features her newest character, Lady Blacula along with Varla, her first vampire chic she brought to life in color.
Who is her ‘target’ customer? “Wacky chicks into girl art and pin ups, who appreciate a sprinkle of darkness in a lighthearted sense.” Of course, more than wacky chicks appreciate her art as you will witness yourself at the comic book conventions and events that she participates in each year.
In addition to her own blog, she has been covered and featured in various burlesque type magazines and roller derby blogs. She takes custom orders for both her print work and jewelry. All you have to do is give her a holler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paigey embodies fun, flirtatious and fabulous; a true live character who brings her designs to the public on a personal level, where people can really relate to what she is illustrating. “The lines tend to blur between my art and myself,” she said.
We would have never guessed while interviewing her in pin up girl costume with her bright yellow wig.
The future for Paigey holds a premium branding of her pin ups, turning her vision into a larger merchandise line of t-shirts, bags and accessories. Her Esty store is coming soon! Stay tuned!
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