I somehow managed to fill a second mini sketchbook this year with tiny drawings. This time it took me a little longer. I took the sketchbook with me on my travels, which was perfect.
A few people have asked me what it is like working in such a small book so here are the pros and cons…
“The exhibits were displayed in a massive old industrial building. The crowds of visitors seemed to disappear into the shadows and their voices echoed into a calming murmur…”
Happy Halloween! Here are some collages I named “Little Monsters” to trigger those halloween vibes.
While travelling through Orkney this summer, I always had my sketchbook with me. The days were quite packed, so I didn’t have the opportunity to draw as much as I had planned but I did manage to fill some of the pages though…
The thing I really like about screen-printing is that because the ink is always pushed through the screen by hand, many of the results are sometimes imperfect. No two prints are the same.
At the beginning of the first semester, we each received a goody bag containing drawing material and also a very small Leuchtturm1917 sketchbook (70 x 110 mm). Mine lay around at home for a while, but this semester, I decided to try and fill it.… Read More
This semester I did a joint project with my colleague Luca at university called “Creanature”. The main topic of our project was “the forest”, and we both had separate areas of interest. I personally was interested in stories, fairy tales and legends, while Luca liked the idea of doing something to do with free time and leisure in the forest.