11.27.2012

I had the pleasure of working with Tiffany & CO this holiday season.

I worked with Tiffany & CO on in store games for children for this holiday season. The first game you decorate a gingerbread house with gems and characters. Plus you can change it from day to night. The second is a game where Rupert and my little red bandit squirrel catch falling gems. I painted every single thing in the game we worked on it for three months. Thanks to Simona for being so great!!

16 comments:

Maggid said...

Truly fun stuff. It's inspiring, how you can enchant us all with your art. Thanks for sharing.
All Best to You,
-g-

victor fox said...

wow! i love it! amazing
Clare x

Ludo braille said...

Bravo !!!
Nadia

dc said...

Love it! Have you thought of doing an advent calendar?

Jenn Bower said...

GAH!!!! I worked for T&Co, in retail sales, for nearly 10 years. My heart stopped short, momentarily, when I first saw your post. But kudos!!!! The game looks amazing!

matte stephens said...

Thank you so much everyone for the kind comments!! :)

Ludo braille said...

très belles illustrations !!!
Bravo !!!
Nadia

Suli said...

I love your art...it makes me become a little girl again!

Suli said...

Hey Matte, I love your art! It reminds me my childhood!

Suli said...

Hey matte, I love your art! It reminds me my childhood.Thanks so much.

matte stephens said...

Thank you so much!! :)

Kate said...

Hi,
I wanted to let you know that I blogged/linked to this post on Coudal.com. I'm the guest editor there this month. I'd love to see that game in person. But I don't see myself going into Tiffany's and asking to play the kids game. :)I have one of your large format gocco owls hanging where I see it everyday.
Love you work.
Thanks
Kate

matte stephens said...

Thank you so much Kate!!

Jessica Mack said...

Fantastic! Can we see it anywhere online, or is it in-store only?

Jessica Mack said...

Fantastic! Can we see it online anywhere, or is it in store only?

Menachem Weinreb said...

Happy to leave a comment on this wonderful work! Keep it coming!