Is life overwhelming? Add puppies!
Detail from “Omar learns about personal space,” hand-colored linocut
Finally, some production, and a new print that I’m pleased with. It’s been a tough winter to get studio work done… Continue reading
Part 3: Off to Chicago!
**This is part 3 of the story behind the “Hog Butcher for the World” woodcut. If you’d like to read them, here is Part 1 (the research) and Part 2 (cutting the block)
The skyline of downtown Chicago…there’s something magical about it, and when it first appears in the distance, I get this rush of adrenaline…a feeling of an adventure about to happen…the Big City.
Slightly altered header image for our story this week at The Why Files. Fun with vector art lettering:
Always loved Mickey…
(NOTE: A week late for the Mouse’s birthday, but he’s not listed as one of my “friends” on facebook, so I was not alerted…)
From CB Creative bloq…2 new Mickey designs in celebration of his 57th birthday. Illustrations by Jerrod Maruyama
CB Creative bloq writes: This cheeky design by freelance illustrator Jerrod Maruyama, who counts the House of Mouse as one of his clients, parodies the celebrated Obey campaign created by Shepard Fairey.