Inspired Translation // 1

I’m so excited to be sharing a new bi-weekly column with Jessica from Creative Index! When Jessica approached me and asked if we wanted to collaborate, I was so excited! We came up with the idea of Inspired Translation – we would take one image and one quote, and create a design around it.

The quote:

All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson

inspired translation | the inspiration

My Translation:
inspired translation | kyla

And that’s my translation! The image was so fun and cheerful, I really enjoyed using these colors and patterns.

Don’t forget to head over to Jessica’s blog and she how she translated the image!! I can’t wait to continue this series and share the designs we come up with :)

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8 years ago

I was just at Jessica’s blog and I love how different your translations are! I like your use of the confetti colors within your text. xoxo

8 years ago

I agree with everyone! Two thumbs up ;)

8 years ago

Your translation just peps up the quote – great job

8 years ago

What a fun idea! That’s so neat you played around with the word ‘experiment’! Hope to see more! On a side not, that ice cream cone pot is so cute!

8 years ago

I love the quote, the inspiration and the translation! Can’t wait to see what y’all come up with next.

xx, Bubbly in Brooklyn

8 years ago

Oh I love this series so much. It really did translate well!

Very cool collaboration! They both look awesome :) I can’t wait to see the next ones!

What a cute series. I can’t wait to see more. Love how both of them turned out!!

This is such a fun series! I’m looking forward to seeing more. Adore your choice of script font. :) It fits perfectly. Is it Pacifico?

8 years ago

It is! :)

I’m so happy we started this series! I’m already excited to start the next one! ;)

8 years ago

Ooh! I love this idea! This one turned out really great. I can’t wait to see more :)

8 years ago

Nice work Kyla, you captured the feeling from the photo so well :) What a great new post, I look forward to seeing more!