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!
Thats right! Ive been making some new stuff, or I am working on some new stuff.
Never really like showing unfinished work off, but it might help.
First I wanted to work on some darker prints, so i tried using a black background. I really LOVE the pattern the slugs make in this one, BUTis a bit bare…
The i tried adding MORE stuff to it… That DID NOT WORK, there is just too much stuff:
So THEN i printed out the basic pattern on white and now im adding to it by hand the good old fashioned way, so far ive done 3 and a half, but ill only share the two first ones:
This one im not too keen on so far, but i might change my mind
This one I might try to do a black background on… so far its my favorite:
Im making all this stuff for the METRIC Collective shop we are doing this summer on Columbia Road, im gonna show and also sell some of my prints there!
Just getting in to pinterest. love it.
here is one of my boards: (still very newborn.)
follow if you fancy it.
Detail on a lovely antique cupboard type thing from a shop in norway, made with walnut wood.
Detail of something I did at work, sometimes my life imitates my art…
Sorry to all veggies, including my bf, for this lovely picture of a decapitated spring lamb.
Went to Hampton Court for the third time yesterday…
they have cleaned half the station at paddington and left the other half black!
Here are some photos from Luke and I’s trip to Rome last fall, I loved all the symmetrical stone walls and floors there, these pictures are from the Pantheon, the Forum and The Vatican, and a few other churches. We did Catholic orientering when we were there and visited more churches then anyone needs, but now we dont have to go back there for several years, so thats pretty good!
I did like Rome alot, but i found it pretty sad as well… to see all the destruction of all the amazing roman stuff, and learning about how the church there just stole all the sculptures and marble etc etc…
AAAAAANNNYWAY, here they are: