50 contemporary patterns & projects inspired by traditional henna art
From wall art to jars and stationery, Mehndi for the Inspired Artist presents a step-by-step approach to creating a variety of mehndi patterns for artwork, illustrations, and craft projects.
Based in Connecticut, Iqra Qureshi creates a variety of henna-inspired artwork and textiles, including candles, lanterns, vases, picture frames, and more. She believes everyone has an artist hidden within, and she shares hers through her artwork. Visit her Etsy shop, Henna Art Diaries, at www.etsy.com/shop/HennaArtDiaries.
Alex Morgan is a UK-based designer and illustrator who creates tailor-made patterns for a range of surfaces, including textiles, wall coverings, hair ornaments, finely crafted instruments, and printed products. Learn more at www.spellstone.com.
Originally from Punjab, Sonia Sumaira lives in Toronto and provides henna services throughout the greater Toronto area, Ottawa, and Montreal. She specializes in Arabic design, intricate Indian traditional designs, and Gulf-inspired designs, as well as contemporary fusion, modern temporary, and semi-permanent body art with the modern gems, gels, and glitters. Learn more at www.soniashenna.com.
Heather Caunt-Nulton is an internationally certified henna artist based in New England. She hosts the world-renowned Henna Gathering, one of the longest running henna conferences in the United States. Her workshops and YouTube videos with millions of views have served as an inspiration to countless aspiring henna artists. Heather also runs her own online henna supply store at www.ArtisticAdornment.com. Learn more at www.HennaByHeather.com.