whimsical art and accessories by dora drimalas

posted by the scholar on July 9th, 2007
filed under: artists, design, illustration, textiles

california artist dora drimalas is a graphic designer and a principal of hybrid design, along with her husband, brian flynn. their clients include nike, vans and starwood hotels. she and brian saw a need for fun and stylish home accessories at reasonable prices, so hybrid home was created.


it started as a hobby for dora in portland, where she made small pillows for her apartment.


since that time, dora has combined her love of modern interiors and graphic sensibility, to create a line of friendly, modern accessories.


some of her newest work includes these very au courant silkscreened posters.


i love her color choices and the happy feeling her prints convey.

see more samplings of dora’s work and purchase it at design public.

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3 Responses to “whimsical art and accessories by dora drimalas”

  1. technabob Says:

    nice pair of hooters! owls are so “it” these days.

  2. the scholar Says:


    yea what is that all about?

    i suppose i don’t need an answer to that, given the fact that i just bought that fabulous 70’s string art owl from the thrift store, and that if i were a bird i would be the great horned owl, because their “ear” tufts make ’em look smart.


  3. Kool Moe D. Says:

    Not only is Dora incredibly talented but she puts up with the godzilla voiced rock-star that fronted the finest rock band ever, VIVA MUI GUAPA!!!!

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