Billie Eilish has teamed with livestream shopping app NTWRK for a limited edition series of three exclusive prints inspired by her new documentary. Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry was released via Apple TV+ last week.
The original prints were designed by artists handpicked By Eilish. The artist are New York City-based multi-disciplinary artist and owner of Korea’s Worship Gallery Noelle Lee, multi-disciplinary artist Nathalie Nguyen, and painter and digital artist Emma Stern.
Each artist was shown portions of Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry and interpreted the documentary through their distinct art styles.
“In reference to Billie Eilish’s song ‘ilomilo,’ the painting features Billie submerged in an underwater scene,” Nguyen said of her oil on canvas print. Speaking about her digital illustration, Stern said, “This composition is based on footage of Billie in [brother] Finneas’ room, where she is sitting on her bed and we can see ‘Bury a Friend’ in its early stages beginning to take shape as she flips through a notebook filled with her handwritten lyrics”.
“For this piece I was really inspired by the color palette and ethereal scenes in both Ilomilo and ILY”, Lee said of her colored pencil work.
The original prints dropped on the NTWRK app, and each art print is priced at $50.
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