Thursday, 29 July 2010
Monday, 26 July 2010
today I have been making small cardboard crates to go in the small shop I've been working on...
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Thursday, 22 July 2010
kathleen hanna week
I've been listening to quite a lot of Kathleen Hanna based music recently and trying to get my pony tail higher - Kathleen style - go grrl. It made me think there should be some kind of underground Kathleen Hanna week...but until then a good summer song is to be found on her Julie Ruin album, called Stay Monkey...it starts "your love, you know it tastes so sweet as cold coconut ice- cream" - could be a good title for a print...hmmm.
Not sure my people drawing skills have improved that much, but I've drawn a few magazine covers recently for some stuff for Melanie Giles (coming soon to blog de lottie) and actual real life people (not looking much like themselves) for a newspaper for Howies/Do Lectures - and it's been fun!
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Wednesday, 21 July 2010
photoshoot friday and snow globes
on friday - another photoshoot, just thought I'd mention it as I was wearing a particularly good example of the cardigan genre! I love the Sukie face book book.
getting ready to screen print the snow globes...just need to draw a couple more...
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Monday, 19 July 2010
on wednesday I worked on a photoshoot for amongst other things my teatowel and bag designs for New House Textiles...
this is Phil the photographer resting his weary knees in Melanie's cat basket!!! Tee-hee photoshoots always fun with Phil and his assistant Phil (who's crazy socks feature in the bag pic)...all of the bags and tea towels will be available to buy from newhousetextiles.com from mid august ish...there is a snow globe one waiting to be printed too (it's my new favourite).
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Monday, 12 July 2010
we are sailing
I think the least said about my blogging absence the better....here's some boats instead. I've been drawing a few more recently as I found the great book about coastal ships dans un charity shop...as well as post cards in Lyme Regis and actual real live tugs on my way to spike island (on the day I printed the ship in the bottle print)
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