Continuing on with the Cambridge House Project, today I will feature Rafi’s Room. After much debate, a transportation theme was selected. I used a variety of reference materials that featured more abstract cars, trucks, etc. and kept the color palette limited to blues, greens and oranges.
This was a fun room to do and because the designs are loose, they were easy to freehand.
I also needed to incorporate Rafi’s name in this room, so I found a font called "ciclo" that looks life a chain link for a bicycle. If you click on the photo to enlarge, you will see some of my notes scrawled on this paper. It was decided to do the letters in all upper case, in two shades of blue, with each letter being approximately 15" tall.
I created a "link" stencil using some left over RocLon Multi-purpose cloth. I have found that this fabric works well for stencils and it is a good way to use up the left over scraps. For the centers of the "links" or the holes, I used a circle punch and cut out as many as I needed using some masking film.