Long time no post! I made four prints for PEOW’s 1st riso print show. These are all two colors except the last one with the clothes which is a four color print.
Now when this is over i’m going to continue drawing Náva, its gonna be good!
In the Penal Colony. Polina Joffe’s work is gorgeous in its thoughtfulness — the kind of books-as-art-objects, form-reflecting-content work that drives me crazy with joy.
Small piercings are used to underline the text of Kafka’s In the Penal Colony. The subtle color is used to emphasise the story, that is generally considered horror, to be somewhat light in feel. Kafka’s writing has elements of dark humour and great irony. The colour is hidden in between the pages and is barely noticeable when reading and only sometimes a hint of colour will peek through a pierced hole. Bible paper is used to reference the Biblical themes of the novella.
Illustration for Nylon Guys Magazine for a little thing on food in London.
AD Chris Segedy
I am in love with Stevie Lewis’s drawings of people she sees! I could peruse her sketchblog forever!
Sharon Montrose’s photographs of dogs nearly killed me. There are other animals, too, but WHO CARES PUPPIES
I love Bernd and Hilla Becher’s photographs like this of a blast furnace in Völklingen, Germany.
a conversation between James Jean and Kenichi Hoshine.