Each of Form Function Style’s artists has made available an assortment of their work on merchandise through various online shops. Browse our virtual department stores below for unique home and fashion accessories, textiles, paper goods, and gift items!
Find limited edition products from all of our designers online at these Form Function Style stores!
Shop Susan C. Price online at these stores (click each to view):
Having studied art since 1963, including drawing, painting, and sculpture at Pitzer College, UCLA, and UCLA Extension, Susan finds inspiration from, and is influenced by her favorite artists and teachers: Picasso, Vlaminck, Cassatt, Shawn, Bonnard, Schiele, De Kooning, Nyeri, Hertel, Elgart, Mock, Hunzakus, Joseph Blaustein, Hilary Taub, Harry Gunderson, and Carla Jerome. Susan’s paintings incorporate bright, intense colors and bold patterns balancing light and dark, small and large areas, often inspired by human subjects or photographs.
Working with Susan’s original paintings, graphic design studio Dsgnr Graphik has created a collection of surface designs adapted from Susan’s work, and Form Function Style is excited to present the Susan C. Price surface design collection. Click on the buttons below to explore all of Susan’s work.
Mesmerizing collages of flowers, plants, insects, and found objects are featured in Morton Design House patterns and prints. Nature is a constant theme in Morton Design House’s surface design collections available on a wide range of apparel and home accessories. Form Function Style is pleased to represent Morton Design House licensed art. Live beautifully!
Pop-Art for the Instant Generation! Featuring bits of vintage advertising images, off-kilter humor, words, and phrases, and a pop-art & culture sensibility, Unkie Monkie Studios has been an online repository for all things retro for more than a decade. Form Function Style is happy to represent the studio’s recent expansion into surface design on a wide variety of products for the novelty gift market.
Beautiful Surfaces surface design brand focuses specifically on greeting cards, note cards, and wall art. Featuring close-up views of flowers, plants, and animals, Beautiful Surfaces art prints bring a splash of color, and style to any environment. Enhance your kitchen, office, entryway – any space that could use a lift. Beautiful Surfaces…surround yourself!
We’re excited to announce that First Independent Gallery (FIG) has added our favorite artist Susan C. Price to its prestigious group. Based in Santa Monica, California, FIG is a gallery of contemporary art conceived, formed by, and representing artists from the Southern California area. The gallery exhibits works of art diverse in concept and media. Susan will have work on display in their upcoming gallery show later this month.
Artist Susan C. Price poses in front of a grouping of her paintings at the recent show Muses at MuzeuMM Gallery, while designer Mark Barclay sits in front wearing a dress shirt featuring Susan’s painting Medici Garden which he has developed into a series of coordinating surface designs available for licensing here.
Form Function Style assists both developing and established artists in the creation, development, and promotion of their surface design brand. We are proud to be representing artist Susan C. Price’s new surface design brand, as well as Morton Design House, Unkie Monkie Studios, and Beautiful Surfaces brands. We are constantly on the lookout for artists whose work will translate to surface design, and look forward to representing new talent. Pattern your world!
We’ve always gotten a kick out of this logo since Unkie Monkie Studios found it on a matchbook cover years ago. There isn’t much available on the history of the Bunnys Waffle Shops chain beyond the fact that there were at least 3 locations in San Francisco, California: 1102 Market Street, 964 Market Street, and 11 McAllister Street. An internet image search reveals several pieces of dishware originally manufactured by Tepco China for the restaurant. An Unkie Monkie Studios fan contacted us recently who’s parents frequented Bunnys during the early 1940s, and who himself visited Bunnys regularly as an adult in the 1960s. One of our employees who grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1970s and 1980s never ran across any of the Bunnys locations, unfortunately.
Unkie Monkie Studios offers this great illustration on a variety of fabrics and home accessories at the Form Function Style Spoonflower and Roostery Home Decorstores.
Susan has a turned a number of her original paintings into stunning scarves, blouses and tote bags at her Vida online store! Here she models one of her beautiful creations in soft, luxurious modal fabric.