Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Harry Potter Design



I don't like seemingly obvious movie "objects" like T-shirts or things that clearly state a movie. I like a little subtlety, make people wonder where it is they have seen something. This way, you have something that will stay with you well past the popularity of the movie. I do think the Harry Potter series has become one of the classic stories now and will be an iconic staple for years to come.
I love Etsy and especially buying handmade and supporting artists in their craft, which is why I gathered some items that are unique, handmade and a subtle cue to the Harry Potter fans around the world.

Source: etsy.com via Laurie on Pinterest


Steampunk jewelry is becoming more and more popular. This golden snitch necklace is a great example of something subtle that is from Harry Potter.

Source: etsy.com via Laurie on Pinterest


I love the old-world design of this label that could be a nice decorative touch to a shelf or a collection of eccentric glass bottles.

Source: etsy.com via Laurie on Pinterest


Stationary is my thing! I love love love this sweet little Owl Post telegram.

Source: etsy.com via Laurie on Pinterest


Dragons aren't necessarily a huge Harry Potter thing, but this little guy was so cute I had to include him.

Source: etsy.com via Laurie on Pinterest


A simple, miniature Marauder's Map that is an exact replica of the one in the movie.

Source: etsy.com via Laurie on Pinterest


A Gryffindor scarf is preppy and the perfect color combo for fall. If the stripes are wide like this, it's not so obviously a costumey piece of clothing.

Source: etsy.com via Laurie on Pinterest

Source: etsy.com via Laurie on Pinterest

Source: etsy.com via Laurie on Pinterest

Source: etsy.com via Laurie on Pinterest


I love old movie posters and this take on the Harry Potter movies is brilliant. It's a piece of art that is clean with simplistic, great design.

Please follow the Pinterest links to the Etsy pages and see all the other wonderful things for sale by all these artists. Support handmade!

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