Aimée van Drimmelen

I must have been living under a rock because I’ve never seen Aimée van Drimmelen’s paintings on drumskins. I love when music and art overlap, so this idea has me completely sold. Aimée recently started selling a selection of her illustrated drumskins through Mammoth & Company, and I’m completely smitten with the nature-inspired versions. Each print shows birds, bears and fish swimming around in pools of watery color. You can pick up three sizes of prints right here for $20 to $200 each, or check out the originals and more of Aimée’s work online here. xo, grace

  1. They are beautiful pieces of work – oh to be such a talented painter.

  2. vd'o says:

    That’s beautiful, so delicate.
    I <3 her nature-inspired versions.

  3. Jee says:

    These are gorgeous. Love the layered watercolor effect.

  4. Mr. Glitter says:

    I love a good watercolor artist. Lovely work!

  5. Kirsten says:

    omg, HOW do I get one of those drumskins?? I neeeeeeed that polar bear one!

  6. Gorgeous illustrations. I wonder if she is Aboriginal though? I couldn’t find any information on her site.

  7. David says:

    I see they just released the Polar Bear drumskins as prints today


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