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I had an obsession with dirty martinis circa 2007, when I lived in Brooklyn, New York. Every time I went to a cocktail bar, I would skip the fruity fuss and go for the savoury, slightly-bitter olive flavours. I loved the elegant shape of the glass and the smoky liquid – the olives were always a welcome snack too.
That martini love resurfaced when I was working on this artwork. Inspired mainly by the geometries found in Bedouin Jordanian weavings, I was combining these with on-trend colour palettes – jewel tone greens, and more subtle shades of olive – which was when I started to see the dirty martini reference.
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