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Friday Night Flicks: Lesley Randall

If you studied botany in school, or have used a guide to flower and plant identification, you have undoubtedly seen work by someone like Lesley Randall. For Lesley Randall, it’s the details that really make what she does so important. … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Ayesha Gamiet

Tonight’s flick is a brief interview with artist/illustrator/Islamic manuscript illuminator Ayesha Gamiet. In the video she talks about spending a year using the colours of flowers for inspiration in Islamic geometry, then moving beyond that to a more intuitive use … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Tannya Harricks

This week’s flick features artist/illustrator Tannya Harricks from Sydney, Australia, and gives a quick look at her working process.     If you would like to see more of Harricks’ work this weekend, you could check out the paintings and … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Kerry Ingham

A change of pace from artist’s book, but definitely related, this week’s flick features the illustration work of Kerry Ingham.     You could spend a few minutes this weekend checking out Ingham’s work here and on her Instagram feed, … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Sophie Lécuyer

Tonight’s flick is an interview with illustrator and printmaker Sophie Lécuyer, and gives some glimpses of her works in book form.     If you would like a closer look at some of Lécuyer’s books, you could check out the … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: This Quickening by Stephanie McCollough

The featured artist’s book this week contains three pop-ups. They are unusual for two reasons: they are constructed from pieces of tracing paper painted with gouache, and they are abstract illustrations of poems. From the webpage: For this pop-up artist … Continue reading

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Week 10 of my #99DayProject and a bit about gradients

Ten weeks into my 99 day project I am still enjoying the challenge of coming up with a new design daily. The one below is for today and was inspired by the setting first quarter moon seen through smoke haze. … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Love Is Making Its Way Back Home

Continuing the theme of paper cutting (after segueing into stop motion animation), I am re-posting this Josh Ritter music video that I first shared in 2014. There were a lot of people involved in this: Director : Erez Horovitz Concept … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: Anne Rosat

This week’s flick takes a look at another traditional form of paper cutting through the work of Swiss artist Anne Rosat.     You might want to try your hand at cutting  and gluing a little picture this weekend.

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Another week of cutting little squares, and some other things

We are waiting for rain, which influenced the square for today in my #99dayproject.

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