Due to popular demand (I hope) I have created a little shop, where you can buy limited edition, signed and numbered prints on fancy pants 100% cotton paper, available in two conveniently standard sizes! Huzza!
I’ve updated my website to include BOTH my Illustration work, my art, my signwriting AND my graphic design. My finger is in lots of pies…
Anywhoo have a lot at it all here: inadorthea.com
BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY
I’ve been working on some new illustrations, that I think I might turn in to prints!
Please check out this lovely article about me in OnFeature by Elvira Hoby:
Check it out!
94 COLUMBIA ROAD
LONDON E2 7QB
Metric is a collective of thinkers and doers, designers and makers who believe in the strength of co-creativity to engage and empower.
This project was nominated Design of the year 2013 by the Design Museum, London.
The Me+You wrapping paper from Frinton Press was the impressive result of a collaborative print project. Submitted artists’ work were selected and paired together, each hand printed piece of kraft paper has one work in white and the other in black.
Danny Espinoza is a multi disciplinary artist and designer who creates work which is bold in simplicity yet holds a sense of obscurity through meaning.
SKEV A.K.A. James Skevington is a graphic designer turned illustrator and artist who uses a heady combination of geometric patterns with bold colour palettes. He will be showing both his risograph prints and creating the installation for the shop window.
Naomi makes fluid forms in jewellery, working in wood and perspex she highlights the intricacy and interplay of space within her pieces.
Ina creates digital prints that explore the nature of beauty and disgust, focusing on the areas where they overlap. Her symmetrical work is created using a mixture of digital and traditional techniques. This year Ina will be showcasing new work created exclusively for Metric.
Contemporary jeweller, John Moore, creates his unique pieces from anodised aluminium. Colour, form, movement and tactility, are combined harmoniously to create new forms of jewellery that are visually striking, extremely wearable, and charged with positivity.
Boy, oh boy, it sure has been quiet here for a while. For multiple reasons:
1: I went on holiday
2: Work got crazy (im talking 15h days 15 days straight crazy)
3: Work got normal, i needed a break.
4: I started working on something i still can’t share.
5: I started working on something im about to share (see below)
6: Some people had babies they need cards and stuff.
7: I cut my finger. See below below for graphic image (warning: graphic image)
New work for Metric summer pop up on Columbia Rd opening tomorrow! (more to follow)
I cut my finger at work and had to have 6 stitches and the nail taken off (its back on now, temporarily)
I’m thinking it should be in a new print.
Nail now black and red. Named it.Frankenfinger.
Here is another picture from the shop to help you get over the trauma of my finger.
A couple of years ago I got bored and made a blingtato. This was right about the time when Damian Hirst made “For the Love of God” and kids were sticking swarovski crystals on theis phones . Instead of a scull all i could afford was a potato. From Tesco. And some CZs that Luke had lying around… no Diamonds are wasted on potatoes in our house.
The blingtato has been lying around our flat for several years now, and this is what it looks like now. Hard as rock but still shiny!
I saw Hirst’s scull at the Tate last year, it was very shiny. I prefer my own version.
“Poor Man’s Love of Good” or “The Blingtato”