Noelle Stevenson mentioned on her blog that Inprnt is offering $10 shipping on all international orders this weekend. As I have a print shop there as well I thought I mention this here too, so some of you who might have been put off by the normally high shipping costs have the chance to save some money. There are a lot of other awesome artists (including Noelle) so do some browsing if you like to.
This is my illustration for Light Grey Art Lab’s “Rolemodels” show. We had to draw ourselves as roleplay characters. I chose to be a ranger, but didn’t want to draw the normal archer wandering through green woods. As I love skiing especially skate skiing I decided to draw some old ski made of wood, like my grandma owned a long time ago.
All illustrations in this show are amazing again (like every show LGAL organizes)!
Prints and all illustrations as a card game are available here. The show opens this friday, so take a look if you’re in Minneapolis.
This is the header for my sewing blog, which I talked about in my last post. (“Blogger” blogs always look naked when they don’t have a header in my opinion.) It was done very quickly and I might change it later to something better.
I’ve started a sewing blog a week ago because I want to learn how to sew my own clothes, which I think is a nice skill to have. It’s mainly for myself to keep track of my process and keep me motivated.
I also draw and post the clothes which I plan to sew and this was the first one: a skirt. ( I failed, fixed it and learned a lot during the process. ;) )
It’s weekend and I’m just doodling.
Believe me, I have no idea, why I draw all those kitschy illustrations lately.
I guess I just feel good right now. Jup.
(I’m thinking about making this a promo postcard…)
Again one of those weekend drawings. I practised some things with it and I probably didn’t get it all right, but that’s okay.
(Hopefully the Tumblr picture quality won’t be bad again, otherwise click on it for better viewing. Thanks!)
For prints, click here. Many many thanks to all who bought a print of my last illo!
This was a picture I started before I got a job and then forgot about it.
I found it on monday and decided to finish it. Three things that I find hard to draw are in it: bicycles, kisses and houses. Okay the house doesn’t count, that was easy as it’s basically just the door.
Btw the city I live in now has beautiful houses with really amazing old doors. The door on the illo is one of the simpler ones, most of them are really detailed with faces, figures and plants.
Prints are available here.
(The upper picture seems pixelated when you see it on the dashboard or my blog, I try to figure out why tumblr does that.In the meantime, click on it to see it in better quality.)
This is my illo for the LGAL’s "In Place" exhibition (opening August 23th) and I chose Norway’s Hardangervidda. I was there with my family several times when I was young and loved the landscape and the calmness. I felt very free when we wandered through fjords and moss-covered places without any people. I do like spending my vacation in a city but hiking in Norway is the more relaxing and fullfilling thing for me. (And I adore the language!)
Prints are available here: http://lightgreyartlabshop.bigcartel.com/category/in-place
(Although there is still a wrong blue-ish preview picture in the store.It probably will be replaced later.)