ARTIST SPOTLIGHT – ARCHIVES

Supporting Local Artists

As part of our Positive Impact Plan (link), Mayflower partners with local artists to design limited run packaging for top selling flower products. Each month a new package is released, donating $1 of each unit sold to Unbound Visual Arts. See our previous Mayflower Artist Spotlight Series packaging art below.

“Unguided Path”
White Knuckles • 3.5 grams

This Indica dominant strain is known to have a very relaxing and anxiety relieving effect. Living up to its name ‘White Knuckles’, many describe it as a potent, ‘couch-locking’ high, much like being knocked out by a fist. I made this pattern based off some scribbles I find myself making when I am feeling anxious. It helps me focus in the present moment and regain control of my consciousness, almost like meditation.
-Stuti Goyal
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“DOUBLE CREAM”
Hybrid Flower • 3.5 grams

"For my illustration I knew I wanted to create something that felt tangible, as “cream” is such a strong descriptor. “Cream” is something people can easily imagine– how it feels, looks, or maybe even smells. I also knew I wanted my illustration to have a sort of bold, groovy vibe to give it an edge and steer away from an association with food. I used lots
of color in a subtle way to create a more graphic look."
-Lauren Madigan

“Figure in the Forest”
Night Terror OG • 7 grams

"For this project I wanted to create imagery that wasn’t outright “horror,” but instead felt eerie and unsettling. I decided to take a very different route than my typical artwork and used a greyscale palette to really allow the composition to tell the story. I want the viewer to spot the figure on their own, unexpectedly, because I feel like that’s a certain kind of terror that doesn’t require them to suspend their disbelief."
-Lauren Madigan

“Jarabacoa”

"This piece titled “Jarabacoa” is inspired by the mountains and flowers in the Dominican Republic, Camille’s parents’ home country. Camille enjoys working with different mediums and textures, often mimicking the patterns she grew up seeing in and around her home, including her pet corn snake, Kettle, who frequently appears in her work."
– Camille Rodriguez

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