PIPI SHELLS <br> by Lisa Baudry

by Lisa Baudry

"I have fond memories of digging in the sand at low tide with my feet feeling for
tuatuas and pipis. The inspiration for this design came from the way the tuatuas look when they are collected in a bucket. I love the lines and subtle colours on the shell that make each shell distinctive."

Lisa Baudry


I was fortunate enough to discover my love of drawing and painting at art class in high school and felt drawn to pursue an artistic career. I moved from the family farm where I was raised to Auckland to study graphic design at Auckland Institute of Technology. My first creative jobs were in home decor, painting ceramics for several Auckland tableware companies. I loved seeing how a decorative design could sell a product. In 2014, after about a decade in the graphic design field, I got re-acquainted with the field of surface pattern design and since then have had some wonderful opportunities to develop my work in this direction. I love going for walks in nature and my patterns often get inspired by what I discover there. I observe and photograph plants that catch my eye, and if possible collect specimens to draw back in my studio.

Lisa Baudry 
Designer & Illustrator
Instagram: @baudry.lisa
Facebook: www.facebook.com/lisa.baudry
027 48 333 48 


Pipi Shells