amazing illustrations from argentinian artist estela a cuadro. check her website at: www.estelacuadro.com
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some random examples of an exhibition in a gallery space on vyner street. vyner street galleries open their doors every first thursday of the month (www.themillcoproject.co.uk/portfolio/first-thursday/). winter brought a different atmosphere to the monthly event but it was still as busy in the spaces and through the street. images above are from a particular dominator/submissive exhibition (www.helengorrill.com) where the women are beautifully painted with bright inks on large scale wall hangings, and men were on the floor so you can “walk all over them”. other strange items in the room included a garment with embroidered and beaded womens private parts. some other key artists and art firms that feature their work are the websites below. james x: http://www.farcryproductions.weebly.com http://www.nettiehorn.com http://www.beerslambert.com http://www.florenceboyd.com
how cute are these llustrations by lina moysis?? her blog (http://linamoysis.tumblr.com/) is filled with her paintings and drawings ( :
scandinavian sanna annukka is a self employed designer as well as a designer for marimekko. her strong colour combinations used with nature inspired imagery and puzzle like structure is lovely and very inspiring..
see more at: http://www.sanna-annukka.com
just off brick lane the old truman brewery held an event called new blood which featured graduates from graphic design, illustration, photography, etc. although i felt bad taking photos of peoples work so only a few snaps of the atmosphere and surroundings. the cmyk paper: a little shop featuring origami folds made into cute things for a competition to be shown in the shop. in the shop there was also a table with the pop out origami pieces to put together your own cmyk origami on site! ..sadly i didnt take the graphic artists name down sorry) : and cant seem to find it anywhere online, but amazing stuffs!
on the digital printers. these prints are samples that go alongside my dresses within my fmp collection. once printed, the colours on the twill are slightly faded. the fabrics are then left to dry for around 8 hours or overnight and then steamed in a steamer -that looks like a torture weapon inside!…. after 30 mins in the steamer the colours are realised to reveal my beautiful brights! ( : after washing by hand or in the machine the coating of the fabric is removed and i am left with lovely saturated floaty samples on silk twill ( :